Thomas Jefferson High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Port Arthur, TX)
- Class of 1964
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SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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Sharp Lines Reflect
italit and Freshness
THE COURTYARD EMERGES from winter wraps .
. and the breezeway increases in popularity
The Lively Ones
HBeat South Park!"
'cPoor little Indian boys . . .
Jackets gonna beat these . . .U
They all start this way at TJ-the happy years,
the slow years, the mediocre, and THE LIVELY
The calendar marks the sports seasons, club activi-
ties, difficult classes, easy ones, finals, graduation.
The time between-that's what counts, the spirit
makes the difference. It distinguishes the slow years
from THE LIVELY ONES.
That intangihle quality . . . a vigor, a life, a
"something speciall' . . . made this a year of out-
The year is over, but the charged energy it gen-
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Progress in Education
The Port Arthur Independent School District achieved a
major goal this year-the completion and opening of the
new G. M. Sims Elementary School. Progress in enlarging
educational facilities has always been foremost in the minds
of those who lead the school district. Mr. Z. T. Fortescue,
superintendent, the members of the school board, and the
administrators are constantly striving to improve Port
Arthur's already fine educational system.
This year two new members, Mr. J. C. Rabuck and Mr.
Maurice Born, were elected to the school board and con-
tributed their knowledge and abilities to making this year
a successful one for education in Port Arthur.
MR. Z. T. FORTESCUE, superintendent, plans his day's work with his secretary, Miss Juliette George.
SERVING ON THE school
board this year are Mr. Nel-
son B. Haskell, Mr. M. L.
Rosenberg, Dr. R. J. Shields,
Mr. Z. T. Fortescue, Mr.
Maurice Born, Mr. J. C.
Rabuck, Mrs. R. L. Murray,
Mr. A. E. Patterson, and Mr.
The administration of a large, modern high school, such
as Thomas Jefferson, is complex and requires the joint
efforts of many highly-trained and capable people. Much
planning on the part of school leaders has contributed
greatly to a successful year.
Guidance and counseling are also of major importance at
Thomas Jefferson. A comprehensive testing program and
individual conferences help students map out their high
school and college or career plans.
MR. BEN KIKER, director of student activities, pauses for
a moment during an assembly program. Mr. Kiker is in charge
of assemblies, Congress, school dances, and many other student
projects at TJ.
MAKING PLANS FOR the school year are Dr. Frank Leathers,
director of curriculum in secondary schools, Mr. A. E. Patter-
son, business managerg and Mr. Alexander Koerth, assistant
superintendent of schools. Dr. Leathers left Port Arthur to
assume the position of superintendent of schools ln Lllfklrl-
"EDUCATION STRENGTHENS THE NATION" is the slogan for American Educa-
tion Week, and Mr. Lonnie Devall, assistant principal, does much to assure TJ
students of a strong education.
HARD AT WORK is Miss Jeannette Tenney,
SCANNING THE LAT-
EST college and career
bulletins are Mrs. Edna
Hargus, counselor, Miss
Louise Erwin, director of
education guidance, and
Mr. Arthur Morgan,
Proper Use of English
Competence in the use of English is vital today in all
fields of endeavor. Almost every job requires mastery of
' basic language skills, and college work demands proficiency
in all phases of English. With these goals in mind, TJ of-
fers a good foundation in English to all its students.
English is a broad subject that includes a variety of
study areas, such as expository and creative Writing, liter-
ature in all its forms, and the mechanics of the language,
grammar. Class and outside work provide students with
much practice in all these areas and train them to use
MRS. ISABELLA BJERRING, chairman of the English
Department, has long been a world traveler. Her classes
benefit from her talks on life in other parts of the world.
This year Mrs. Bjeriing represented Thomas Jefferson
High School at the National Council of Teachers of Eng-
lish convention in San Francisco.
SETTING UP THIS student project of "The King and Ii' did not really require all these hands, but it served as an amusing center of
interest for a picture of these English teachers: Miss Doris Crisp, English III and IVg Mrs. Margaret Barry, English II and IVQ Mr.
John Aikman, English IIg Mrs. Faye Lynn White, English II and Illg Mr. Kerry Kent Morris, English II and Illg and Miss Nancy
Creswell, English II and III.
s Essential to uceess
THE NEW ELECTRIC laminator in the English office covers important
papers with a protective plastic coating. Miss Peggy Bruce, English II, reads
the instructions as Mrs. Margaret Parker, English III and IV, pulls the lever.
Looking on are Miss Tommye Hogue, English II and III, and Mr. William
Green, English III and IV.
CHECKING THE PILOT'S coverage of the jun-
ior-senior play are Mrs. Ethel Redman and Mr.
Louis King. Mrs. Redman teaches English II
and journalism, and Mr. King teaches speech and
THE PAPERBACK LI-
BRARY in Miss .layne
Smith's room is attrac-
tive to teachers, as well
as students. Selecting
hooks to recommend to
their classes are Mr.
Kenneth Parker, English
III and IV: Miss Ann
Jones, English II and
IV, Miss Jayne Smith,
English III and IVg and
Miss Margaret Miller,
KEEPING UP-TO-DATE on the latest developments in
the complex field of mathematics is no small task, but
Miss Lavern McMillan, chairman of the Math. Depart-
ment, has a wealth of newly-published books for use as
GRADING FINAL EXAMINATIONS is often as tiresome to teach-
ers as is studying for them to students. Miss Mah Lynn Hill and
Miss Irene Smith, two of TJ's algebra teachers, find the job lighten-
ed somewhat when they see some of the amusing, if incorrect,
answers written by students.
ath Helps Students
BULLETIN BOARDS AND charts often help in teaching
mathematical concepts. Evaluating a student's project are
three new teachers in the department this year: Mr. Gary
Corley, geometry and consumer math.g Mrs. Myrtle Arnett,
geometry and consumer math.g and Mr. Michael Johnson,
Plan Varied Futures
THE SIGN SAYS MATHEMATICS, and so do these teachers whose job it is to provide students with a strong
mathematical background: Mrs. Nora Gregory, algebra and geometryg Mr. Shelby Adams, geometry and consumer
mathg Mrs. LaVerna Kiefer, trigonometry, elementary analysis, and probability and statisticsg Mrs. Martha Taylor,
algebra, trigonometry, and elementary analysisg Mr. B. O, Wisener, algebra and gcometryg and Mr. Hobart Ward, algebra
and geometry. Mr. Ward is also an administrative assistant at TJ.
"Honestly, l've never seen such grades!"
Math. courses at Tl are designed to
meet the needs of all pupils, regardless
of their future plans. College-bound
students may take four years of mathe-
maticsg they study algebra, geometry,
trigonometry, and elementary analysisg
those in the accelerated program study
more advanced math. in the twelfth
grade. Students planning to work after
graduation may take consumer math.,
which will equip them to handle mathe-
matics in everyday life and in the busi-
Science Courses Kee
AFTER A YEAR of teaching in Germany, Miss Martha
Butler returned to Port Arthur to assume the position of
head of the Science Department. Miss Butler uses this
human torso model to illustrate biological principles.
MRS. REVA WESTERMAN, Mr.
,lack Sell, and Mr. Darrell Ardoin,
T.l's chemistry teachers, find mod-
els of molecules helpful in teach-
ing the complex structure of sub-
stances. In addition to chemistry,
Biology I and the new Biology ll
are taught by Mr. Sell. Mr. Ardoin
also teaches classes in biology.
ln the fast-moving world of science the value of a
top quality education cannot be ovcremphasized. Basic
courses, such as biology and chemistry, provide students
with a sound scientific background, more advanced
courses, such as physics and second-year biology, en-
able those students truly interested in science to explore
new areas and Work on individual projects.
ace With the odern World
MENS UNDER the mi-
croscope is an impor-
tant phase of the study
of biology. Mr. Alfred
Hebert, Mr. Billy Willis,
Mr. John Godwin, and
Mrs. Sandra Shaw all
teach biology and spend
much time selecting suit-
able slides for class use.
MR. BOB BILLINGS, who teaches applied science receives
a lesson in stroboscopic techniques as demonstrated by Mr
Billy Tolar, physics teacher
NOEL, NOEL,-CHRISTMAS parties are for teachers
Social Studies Educate
MANY INTERESTING AND informative books on American history are available to TJ students. Scanning a hook
of special interest to Texans are Mrs. Jo An Carver, world history and government-economicsg Mrs. Mary Evelyn
Hayes, government-economicsg Mrs. Jewel McEwen, American historyg and Mr. Hugh LeBaron, American history.
THE NEW ADMINISTRATION under Pres-
ident Johnson is the subject of a lecture
hy Mr. Terrell Stansell, head of the Social
MODELS HELP ILLUSTRATE various phases of life during many historical
periods. Mr. Joe Price and Miss Ara Golmon, American history teachers, and
Mr. Roger Griffin, world history teacher, examine models that span the
centuries from knighthood to aviation.
THE SOCIAL STUDIES office is a busy place as teachers type material and run off
tests for their classes. Hurrying to finish before homeroom are Mr. .lohn Aikman,
world historyg Miss Eleanor Wall, government-economicsg Mr. Lionel Rowland, Ameri-
can historyg and Miss Mary Eunice Vickers, government-economics.
Does history repeat itself? Students at TJ may not know the
answer to that question, but they know the answers to many other
questions pertaining to world history, American history, govern-
ment, and economics. A knowledge of these subjects is an essential
part of becoming a well-informed, interested citizen, the kind of
citizen America needs in today's rapidly-changing world.
TEACHERS KEEP UP with current events too.
Before class the day's news is reviewed by Miss
Virginia Cain, American history, and Miss Alice
Languages: Key to nderstanding
'MANY AND VARIED are the new books used in teaching foreign languages. Examining some of them are Mrs. Judy Heard, Latin
Miss Margaret McGinty, Spanishg Miss Peggy Bruce, Frenchg Miss Sandra Cole, French, Mr. Ernesto Guzman, Spanishg and Mr
Michael Johnson, German. New at TJ this year are Mrs. Heard, Miss Bruce, and Mr. Johnson.
Since a changing world demands in-
creased proficiency in linguistic skills and
since language is a tool for better under-
standing, the different courses-French,
Spanish, German, and Latin-are designed
to meet these needs. The modern languages
are taught by the audio-lingual method and
stress skill in speech and comprehension,
while Latin offers a general cultural hack-
ground and a Wide historical perspective.
PLANNING LESSONS FOR her Latin classes is just one part of the job
for Mrs. Geraldine Johnson, chairman of the Foreign Languages Department.
MR JACK BOTTOMS, choir director, and
Mr John Badgett, band director, survey
lines of seniors practicing for gradua-
exercises. Both the band and the choir
lose good members in June
Music, Literature Enrich TJ
Books and magazines of all de-
scriptions, paintings and other art
forms, instrumental and vocal mu-
sic-all these enrich the lives of
TJ students and faculty. The li-
brary furnishes information on
numerous subjects of interest to
students struggling with research
papers, as well as books of fic-
tion, poetry, and drama. Art
classes, contests, and exhibits en-
able students to develop their tal-
ents and display their work. Mu-
sic, both vocal and instrumental,
provides the school and commu-
nity with programs of entertain-
ment, such asithe band's half-time
maneuvers, and inspiration, such
as the choral departmenfs Christ-
MR. ROGER RUSSELL, art teacher, shows
his class one of the paintings to be sub-
mitted in a contest. Though art is his pri-
mary interest, Mr. Russell also teaches an
MRS. MARCELLE PITMAN,
head librarian, and Mrs. .lean
Manning, librarian, face the
prospect of filling new book-
cases bought to contain the
many volumes in TJ's grow-
Practical Skills Contribut
Teaching skills that will be useful after graduation is a
major goal of three departments-Homemaking, Industrial
Arts, and Business. Through working on group and indi-
vidual projects, students develop self-reliance and resource-
fulness in meeting practical situations and attain habits of
orderliness and efficiency in completing tasks.
FASHION MAGAZINES ARE valuable sources for ideas and styles
in the clothing classes taught by Mrs. Janis Lindemann and Miss
THE VOCABULARY OF the business world is important
knowledge to a DE student. Mrs. Dell Hille, DE teacher,
discusses the meaning of words used in retail merchandis-
LEAVING HER OFFICE is Mrs. Pat Reed
head of the Home Economics Department. Mrs
Reed teaches three classes in foods.
To Total Education
MR. W. G. JONES, head of the Industrial
Arts Department, checks over a particular
aspect of a current project. Many important
services are performed by the shop classesg
for example, student directories and football
programs are printed by the boys in print-
MR. GENE JACKSON, printshop teacher, demonstrates some of his equipment to Mr.
Hugh Shaw, Mr. Marvin Cichowski, and Mr. Leland Kay. Mr. Shaw teaches mechanical
drawing and metalshopg Mr. Cichowski, mechanical drawingg Mr. Kay, woodshop.
Knowledge acquired in these classes will be valuable to boys long after graduation.
GRADING PAPERS AND checking book numbers are necessary
jobs for Miss Eola Gunstream, chairman of the Business Education
Department. Miss Gunstream teaches shorthand in addition to her
THE TYPEWRITER IS the subject of a discussion among TJ busi-
ness teachers. Varied commercial courses are taught by the follow-
ing: Mrs. Linda Bentley, typing and business communicationsg Mr.
Rex Copeland, general business and typingg Mrs. Betty Cowan, typ-
ing: Mr. P. T. Reynolds, bookkeeping and typingg and .Mrs. Mable
Swanzy, shorthand and typing.
COACH CLARENCE UNDERWOOD has a dual
job at TJ. He is the chairman of the Boys'
Physical Education Department and head coach
of the Yellow ,Iacket football team.
Developing abilities and keeping fit are part of every
boy's education at TJ. Through a varied program of exer-
cises and sports they are trained in many areas of profi-
ciency. The health course this year presented the facts about
alcohol and narcotics and stressed their harmful effects on
Boys, BE. Department
DRIVER EDUCATION IS one answer to the problem
of traffic safety, and Coach Bentley Jones is the man
responsible for teaching this important course to TJ
FOOTBALL IS A year-round topic of discussion in the Boys' P.E. Department. Coach Francis Hill explains
a new play to Coaches Rodney Pirtle, Marvin Kunkel, Bob Billings, Henry Clark, and Howard Tippett.
The Girls, Physical Education Department stress-
es physical fitness and offers activities which can
be used later in life to continue physical condition-
ing. This year the departmenfs program has been
set up on a three-year cycle so that all students will
be able to participate in all activities. Fundamental
skills are emphasized in class, while competition is
encouraged in the extracurricular GRA. ALCOHOL, NARCOTICS, AND tobacco were the three subjects covered
in health classes this year. Pointing out the harm alcohol can do to a
person are Miss Marie Bohlmann and Miss Nancy McLain. Miss Bohl-
mann is a new teacher in the department this year.
DEMONSTRATING THE PROPER techniques in
playing volleyball is Miss Bertha Hebert, head of the
Girls' Physical Education Department.
ATTRACTIVE POSTERS AND bulletin boards, such as the
one in the background, have brightened the girls' dressing room
this year and are the handiwork of Mrs. Laverne McWilliams.
Lending a hand in the newest creation is Mrs. .lune Chambless.
CHECKING ART WORK done in their special education
classes are Mr. Charles Roethke and Mr. Paul Williams.
Special education classes, health services, cafe-
teria management and administration, and student
teaching-all these functions aid in the smooth
operation of Thomas Jefferson High School.
All the people represented here share a common
bond-patience, helpfulness, and an understanding
of students, needs and desires.
an People Help
MRS. JESSIE JUDD MILLER, TJ's nurse, finds the job
of recording infomation on a student's health form simpli-
fied by an up-to-date filing system.
RECEIVE valuable class-
room experience and con-
tribute their enthusiasm
and recent training to
the education of students.
Four of these student
teachers and the teachers
with whom they are
working this year are
Miss Rebecca Seward
fMrs. McEwanJ, Mrs.
Betty Keels fMrs. Swan-
zyJ, Miss Sena Walters
fMiss Crispi, and Mr.
Jim Boone CML Bad-
TJ Run moothl
COUNTING THE MONEY and balancing the
books are part of the day's work for Mrs. Made-
lene Gautreaux, cafeteria manager.
COOKING AND SERVING
lunch to hungry students is
the main concern of the cafe-
teria staff. Preparing platters
of hamburgers and hot dogs
are Mrs. Gracie Hlavinka,
Mrs. Stella Franks, Mrs. Au-
drey Smith, Mrs. Ruby Gun-
ther, Mrs. Lottie Winverg,
Mrs. Nova Brookshier, Mrs.
Isabelle Landry, and Mrs.
MR. JERRY MABE
fsecond from leftl came
at midterm to teach
social studies. Getting
some helpful teaching
hints from him are these
student teachers: Mr.
Tom Gorzycki iMiss
Jonesj, Mr. Gerald Cra-
ven QMiss Smith,J and
Mr. Mickey Trainer
fMr. King.J Student
teachers not pictured are
Mr. William Stafford
CMrs. Shawl, Mr. Vern-
on Crowder fMr. Hilll,
and Mr. Leo Chelette
Teachers Evoke Read
Future Teachers hear Mr. Walter Dezvlle urge their attendanve of a Special Education Workshop. He points out the need
for young teachers trained to instruct those with special problems in learning.
Director John L. Badge!! can be heard giving his directions for blocks around
if he so chooses. The new loud speaker was presented him by the band
at the spring concert.
Response From Jeffites
Mr. Reynolds' homeroom seldom lugs in assorted drives. They were winners in the Senior class for con-
tributions to All-School Chest drive.
Mr. Roger Griffin's classes shared in the Teachers and students W9l4'OlIlCd parents during Pub
shock when President Kennedy was as- lic Schools Week.
sassinated in Dallas. 3'
FIGURE DRAWING IS best accomplished with a strong north light.
Purpose of ohool
GATHER as an art student
FINAL EXAMS DRAW near
and with them come long
hours of study.
DEVELOPING THE ABILITY to speak well before a group is important
training for English students.
A Kaleidoscopic View o
EXPERIMENTS R E -
Q U I R E C A R E F U L STUDY HALL PROVIDES man
measurement of chemi-
MOMENT OF TRUTH! These homemaking students peer hopefully into the oven as they await the
results of their cooking abilities.
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tudents with time to complete homework.
LEARNING TO USE the printing machines is
an essential part of printshop courses.
ELEMENTARY ANALYSIS STUDENTS study many interesting phases of mathematics.
Educational Growth Through
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT, and band classes provide time for practice and perfection.
WHETHER BROWSING FOR a novel or searching
for a particular reference work, TJ students find the
FOREIGN LANGUAGES BECOME more personal when one hears his
own voice speaking via a tape recorder.
tud and Experience
ACTING OUT Julius Caesar enhvens sophomore English classes.
A SPACE SCIENCE Demonstration sponsored by the National Aeronautics
and Space Administration fascinated all who were fortunate enough to see it.
EVEN SCIENTISTS HAVE to wash dishes!
rowth Ta ies l1'1d1v1dua
"RIDERS TO THE SEA" is performed by drama students as a part of their class work
ALTHOUGH MANY DUTIES keep
lab assistants busy, it is sometimes
possible to find a few free moments
KNOWINC HOW TO type is useful to any student, whether college
or job bound.
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by helping in the cafeteria: Dennis Hamilton, .lackie
Haynes, and Natalie Roy.
SIX SPECIAL EDUCATION students receive certificates at a culminating
ceremony in the school auditorium. The recipients are the following: BACK
ROW: Homer Woodlialii, Reuben Vigil, and Bonnie Lee. FRONT ROW: Irma
Garza, Maurice Eaton, and Terry Bourque.
LEARNING TO WORK with their
hands are Dennis Hamilton, Del-
bert Robbins, Linda Butuud, Em-
elia Rivas, and Rosa Vara.
CLASSWORK IS TAILORED to
fit the future needs of the stu-
dents. They are as follows: BACK
ROW: Vidal Espinosa, Linda Bu-
taud, and Ofelia Rivas. FRONT
ROW: Delbert Robbins, Terry
Bourque, and Emelia Rivas.
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Congress in Action
EFFICIENCY AND DEPENDABILITY were the
results of work of the appointed officers in Con-
gressg Bob Thompson, parliamentarian, Judy
Chelette, typist, and Peggy Gralino, Scribe.
The Year Started With a Ball
Congressmen took the oath of office to serve their homerooms faithfully in the Student Congress in its weekly sessions. A
gala Inaugural Ball proposed by the newly-elected officials followed the swearing-in ceremony.
Outstanding C011g1'CSS1116l1 Chosen
PETE GOLDBLUM CAROLYN ESTES
Citizens of the Month
Mr. W. C. Jones
Mr. .lack Bottoms
Mr. Louis King
Charles Wilson, Mrs. Martha Taylor, and Dora Sculco.
Carolyn Estes, Miss Bertha Hebert, and Tommy Ryan.
Charlotte Rhodes Pete Coldblum and not pictured, Mr. Roge
Miss Margaret McGinty, Betsey Meeker,
and not pictured, Dan Cliffe. W
Stephanie Fuselier, Miss Ann Jones, and
not pictured, Forrest Hopkins.
Football Brings Spirit to Til
.IUNIORS BOOST SPIRIT by putting on a skit at the
ENCOURAGING WORDS ARE given by Norman Reeves
at a pep rally.
are made for
Ghostly Preparations Haun
Bonfire builders discovered un unexpected Jacket fan.
Mask Day added to the Homecoming enthusiasm. Hiding behind
these are Tommy Hicks and Richard Taft.
lallowe'en Homecoming Date
PRETTY SMILES DESIGNATE finalists for Homecoming Queen. Nominated by the Senior Class the top five
were Peggy Cralino, Ann Mulkey, Norma Storey Cqueenl, Judy Chelette, and Dora Scalco.
A mighty bonfire was assembled
days ahead of time and kept carefully
stashed away. Someone set a decoy
fire ahead of time, but the real am-
munition was quickly brought in and
set up. The stack of wood towered
almost two stories high. It blazed and
warmed spirits before the game with
South Park. A dance in the cafeteria
honored the class of "Thirteen Un-
lucky Years Ago-the Class of 1951.9
Burn, Fire, Burn!
REJOICING STUDENTS RUSH out to begin their Christmas holidays.
THE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM was enjoyed by all, as it was performed by
the choral department.
SPREADING CHRISTMAS CHEER were several
members of the Junior Red Cross. The Christmas
tree added to the scene for those attending classes
on the second floor.
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Miss Nancy Cresswell's hilarity could be caused only by
misapplied make-up in the dressing room
THE 1963-644 JUNIOR-SENIOR production, "The
Night 0f fanuary l6,', directed by Miss Nancy Cress-
well and Mr. Louis King Won praise and acclaim by all
who viewed it.
Jefferson was priviliged to have Regina Buchtine,
German exchange student, as a member of the Junior-
The three-act play presented January 3 and 4 was
a courtroom scene in which a secretary was on trial
for killing her boss. Many of the witnesses were char-
acter parts and presented a challenge for high school
DETECTIVE BILL HEBINCK on the witness stand being
questioned by Defense Attorney Justin Campbell is feeling
the pressure of ulawyer badgeringf'
Januar 16,7 - Termed Success
THE DOCTOR, PLAYED by Bill Johnson and the custodian's
wife, played by Judy Fletcher, interrogate German Exchange
Student, Regina Buchtine, playing the role of the maid.
CHORUS GIRL, ROB-
BIE Laemmle, gives
Bailiff Harold Magnus a
difficult time while be-
ing sworn in. Judge Tim
Sumerlin and Police wo-
man Jackie Benfield look
on in shock and disap-
ELLEN BEAUCHAMP, in the role of the
accused, protests the testimony of the de-
fendant's wife played by Dora Scalco dur-
ing a rehearsal.
LYNN BOND IN the role
of the father gives his daugh-
ter, Dora Scalco, a warning
look hefbre taking the stand.
A NEW SIGHT
around TJ this year
were the decals
used to help elimi-
nate the traffic
TRADITIONALLY, ABOUT THE same time
every year, old Hussars welcome the newncomers
EVERY NEW YEAR
brings its own new fads
and fancies. This year's
typical sights were jump-
ers, patched sleeves, and
CAN'T YOU FIND a better
place to sign your name,
Marion, then on Sue's arm?
Sue's cast makes a dandy
place for an autograph.
OKAY, SUZIE, W'E'LL believe you ran 1nt0 21
Pla WIHS D1SlI1Cl Honors
Slave With l'Wo Faces
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Thomas Jefferson's entry for the Distric
11-AAAA lnterscholastic League One-Act Pla
Contest was HA Slave With Two Faces" b
Mary Carolyn Davis. The cast members wer
Bill Hebinck, Jennifer Huber, Roxie Roll, Bobby,
Hall, Bill Johnson, Karen Johnson, Judy Boul
lon, and George Randell. They were directe
by Miss Nancy Creswell, Mr. Michael Traine
and Mr. Louis King. Thomas Jefferson's pla
Won first place and Bill Hebinck and Jennifel
Huber won the District 11-AAAA Best Acto
and Best Actress Award. Bill Johnson wa
named a member of the All-Star Cast. The pla.
was presented in Regional Contest at the Un
versity of Houston in Houston.
Debaters in Active Program
Prissy Jordan, Justin Campbell, Theresa Marks, and Bob Thompson made many a speech.
The four debaters took part in a wide variety of speech tournaments during the
year, their efforts resulting in valuable experience for them and good representation
for their school. After participating in summer training programs at Lamar Tech
and the University of Texas, Bob and Justin led the way in competition at meets in
Tulane University, Spring Branch of Houston, and Baylor University. Thompson
scored a second place in extemporaneous speech at the Bellaire tournament, a first
at Spring Branch in original oratory, and first in extemporaneous speech at Lamar
Tech. The boys' team placed first in district Interscholastic League, while the girls'
team overcame regional opposition and represented the school in the state meet.
The highlight of the year for Bob came in March when he represented Texas in
the Veteran of Foreign Wars L'Voice of Democracyw contest in Washington, D. C.
GOLD CONVENTION 1964
THE CONVENTIONS WERE participated in whole-lieurtedly
through the auditorium.
MAROON CONVENTION 1964
the delegates paraded
CANDIDATES FOR CHEEF
LEADER displayed their abil
ties before the student body i
WINNING THE NOMINATION for the Maroon party are David Watts, vice-president nominee, and Jerry Sharpless,
president nominee. The Gold party nominees are Roy Flores, president nominee, and Terry Brown, vice-president
NERVOUS BUT DETERMINED, the candidates for secretary and representative-at-large
addressed the assembled students.
THE AUDIENCE LISTENED attentively as the nominees presented their platforms.
Winners Are Picked
A TYPICAL SIGHT around election time
was busy builders of signs in the courtyard.
EXCITED, ENERGETIC SUPPORTERE
marched over the campus soliciting votes
for their favored candidates.
ITS BEEN A TOUGH battle
but it's all over now. The
newly elected all-school of
licers are president, .lerry
Sharplessg secretary, Judy
Menard g representative-at
large, Rita Lieblingg and
vice-president, David Watts.
were presented at
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given by the
LEAP WEEK was .1 bi success this year. One
item on the schedule was t1e day Girls had the
pr1v11e e of askin boy for dates during the last
Activities Around Campus
CLOTHING CLASSES SHOWED off
their skills at at style show performed
for the PTA.
THE TEACHERS ENJOYEI
themselves at the annual tea givel
in their honor.
THE SPANISH CLUB and othe
interested students participated il
the Spring Fiesta celebrating Pan'
MOH, CURLY, YOU'RE so-o-o stron
H. . . AND THEN YOU turn it andiWOW!"
WITH A FEW strokes of Ann Mu1key's eyebrow pencil, Terry Rozellc changes into Judy Fry.
AUNT ELLER-Butler-Cllurner of the year!
TAKING A BREAK during
an "Oklahoma" rellearsal are
Dan Dennis and Marcia Tau-
Mus mal Draws
HMANY A NEW day will dawn he-fore I do . . ."
AND WE'RE OFF to 21 picnic "
MISS CRESWELL SHOWS ller skill as slle prepares Glenn ,lOllIlSOl1lS
face for the stage.
ALI HAKIM TRIES luis lwsl tu sell Aunt Elle-1' S0
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A coach is a person of many qualities. He must have the
patience to teach, the wisdom to know when to admonish
and when to praise, the ability to inspire his players, and
the willingness to work hard for success. Thomas Jefferson
is fortunate to have a coaching staff exemplified by these
Coach Underwood puts much more into his profession
than is required of a coach. He has a genuine love for the
game and is interested in building up the characters of his
players as well as their bodies. Men like him are respon-
sible for the tremendous popularity football enjoys today.
An inspiring message tops off a pep rally.
Football is a sport of thought.
ngineers of Success
BENTLEY JONES HOWARD TIPPETT MARVIN KUIKEL FRANCIS HILL
The tension of game time is reflected on the face of each coach. Pride in success
and in the team was a trademark of the Yellow Jackets' 1963 coaching staff.
Trainer Bob Billings had his
work cut out for himself as
he taped injured bodies and
encouraged those with down-
Managers Robert Orr, Barry
Hutto, and Louis Petit did a
fine job of keeping the ath-
letic equipment in good
Jackets? Success Formula
Blocking is perhaps the most fundamental phase of
football. It can he perfected only through long hours
VIEWING FILMS IS an integral part of
pre-game preparation. It provides an op-
portunity to analyze the strong and weak
points of the team and opposing teams.
The football game is won or lost according
to the outcome of many individual battles.
A player has to accustom himself to the
world of contact.
Desire Preparation : Success
Strength and stamina are necessary to en-
dure the pounding during practice and the
Preparation for a football season begins long
before the opening game. Weightlifting is
carried on throughout the year.
GAME AT A GLANCE
Bellaire Port Arthur
Total first downs ....Y,,,,YY, 7 16
Yards gained rushing .... 116 179
Yards lost rushing ........ 23 14
Net gain rushing ,,,,,,,,,,. 88 165
Passes attempted ,.YY,,,,YY,.,. 5 9
Passes completed ,........., 1 3
Yards gained passing 22 52
Passes intercepted by .... 0 1
Net rushing, passing ...... 110 217
Number of punts ..,.Y,,..... 7 4
Punting average ....... , .,..... 23-1 30-2
Number of penalties ,,.,,, 4' 2
Yards penalized ,..,rsY.,...,.YY 30 20
LINEBACKER NORMAN REEVES puts shoulder to good use as he puts down a Bellaire back.
Jackets Cop Opener
PORT ARTHUR, SEPTEMBER 13, 1963
With more pre-season credentials than Scotland Yard, the 1963 Port Arthur Yellow Jackets made their debut by
trouncing a tough Bellaire team 16-0. The Yellow Jackets were burdened with being ranked number two in the state
and number four in the nation, but they convinced the near capacity crowd of 13,000 they were a team to be reckon-
The Jackets lit up the scoreboard for the first time in the third quarter when quarterback Gene Pace found end
Tommy Hicks for a 20 yard touchdown pass. Tailback Walter Sorgee swept end for the gratis points. The second
Jacket tally came in the fourth quarter when fullback Charles Wilson plunged over for the score.
In the final analysis it was the Jacket defense that beat Bellaire. Led by linebackers Norman Reeves, Tommy Daniels,
and Chris Bray, the HHeadhunters" constantly throttled the Cardinal scoring bids.
BUDDY BALL DAVID BONHAM CHRIS BRAY
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TOh1l11Y DANIELS JESSE DeLEE ERROL CUIDRY
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Arch Rival Ba town Falls to P. A.
PORT ARTHUR, SEPTEMBER 20, 1963
This game unveiled a new chapter in one of the oldest series of highschool football contests in the history of Texas
schoolboy football. Whoever is the victor of this contest each year usually has a fairly successful season for the simple
reason that each team usually fields a proud and powerful football team.
In this year7s contest, the Port Arthur Yellow Jackets outgained the tough Canders 239 yards to 119. Charles Wilson
scored the first Jacket touchdown on a one-yard plunge which capped a long Jacket drive. Neither team could manage
a score until- the Jackets' Wingback, Richard Taft, circled left end for a seven-yard touchdown in the last six seconds of
the game. The final score of the game was 12-0 in favor of the Jackets. The reliable Jacket defense, led by Norman
Reeves, Chris Bray, and Terry Rozelle, once again proved to he a formidable barrier to the opposition.
Port Arthur had once again defeated their arch rival Baytown.
TAILBACK WALTER SORGEE eludes would-be Baytown tacklcrs and goes for a sizeable gain. Aiding Sorgee is guard Steve
Wells, t66J, and end Claude Pardue, t89J.
GAME AT A GLANCE
Baytown Port Arthur
ards gained rushing ....... 125 253
Net gain rushing ........,........ 119 239
empted ,,,,.,.,,,,,.,,,. 18 3
Passes completed ............... 7 0
Yards gained passing ,,,,,,, 56 0
P ' t rccplcd b' .....-- 1 2
c lt s ......... 5
GAME AT A GLAINCE
Pasadena Port Arthli
Total first downs ....,,, , ,,,,,, 8
Yards gained rushing .,,,... 148 2
Yards lost rushing ........... 15 ll
Net gain rushing .......,.,. A.. 133 23
Passes attempted ....,,, , ,,...... 11
Passes completed .......,,,,,.,, 4
Yards gained passing ..,.... B2
Passes intercepted by ....,Y. O
Net rushing, passing ..r- .... 215 23
Number of punts .,,i - ..,,,,,,, 3
un in avera e ,,,,,,,,..,.,,,,.,, 39.0 42
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Number of penalties 4
Yards penalized ....... -..- ..... 50
TAILBACK DWAYNE CATALINA scampers around Eagle's left end. Other identifiable Jackets are Tommy Daniels f32J, Bill
Scott i613 and Tommy Hicks 1805.
Port Arthur Suffers First Loss of Year
PASADENA, SEPTEMBER 27, 1963
Riding on the crest of a two-game Winning streak and the number one rating in the state, the Port Arthur Yellow
Jackets were railroaded by a fired-up Pasadena team, 7-6.
The Jackets dominated the ground game while Pasadena took full charge of the air.
The lone Jacket score came on a 14-yard dash by Walter Sorgee. Charles Wilson was stopped short on the con-
version attempt, and this proved to be the deciding factor in the game. Pasadenals tally came in the fourth quarter
following a razzle-dazzle play that put them on the Jacket 26-yard line. From there quarterback Ricky Barret rolled
out to his left and for a moment looked like he might be tackled for a loss, but he kept his feet and shot straight up
the middle for the score. The Eagle defense then stymied all Jacket attempts forasecond score.
TOMMY HICKS NORMAN MOREATQ GENE PACE
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P.A. Hopes Dimmed b Tigers
ORANGE, OCTOBER 5, 1963
The Yellow Jackets rolled into Orange confident of bouncing back from a 7-6 loss to Pasadena. They ran into
an aroused Tiger eleven that refused to be patsies for any rebound attempt by the Yellow Jackets. The Jackets
scored on their first possession, then bogged down for the rest of the game. The Jackets simply failed to match the
fire of Orange. This loss greatly dimmed Jacket hopes for the future. It was evident at this point that a new spirit was
necessary for the improvement needed to be champions.
The Jackets scores came on that old stand-by, the power sweep, perfectly executed by Walter Sorgee.
The running of junior backs Dwayne Catalina and Dale Bernauer was one bright spot in an otherwise discourag-
BELIEVE IT OR NOT, Pt. Arthur wingback Dale Bernauer manages to slip through this cordon of enclosing Orange Tigers for a
GAME AT A GLANCE
Orange Port Arthur
Total first downs ....,,,,,,,, 16 12
Y d g 11 r
ar s nine ushlng .... 218 228
Yards lost rushing ........ 13
Passes attempted ...,........ 14 4
Passes completed ........,ri. 6 1
Yards gain-ed passing .,.. 59 23
Passes intercepted h
Nct rushing, pasi
Number of punts ,.,,.r,,,,,, 4 5
Number of penalties v ..... 3 4
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GAME AT A GLANCE
Total first downs ..,......,... ........ 1 1 13
Yards gained rushing ....,,,.......... 206 157
Yards lost rushing ..r.,,r, ........ 2 9 21
Net gain rushing ........ .,,..,.. 1 75 136
Passes attempted ,.............. .Y.. 5 7
Passes completed ..,......Y.........- - ---- 2 4
Yards gained passing .... .v., L ..- 37 55
Passes intercepted by ......... .... 1 0
Net rushing, passing ...A r........,.,... 216 192
Number of punts ............. YY---- - - 4 5
Punting average ..........,...... ,r....... 3 5-5 37-4
Number of penalties ...- ...... -..-... 1 3
Yards penalized ,.,,.....,. - .............. . 15 35
Ray Port Arthur
END TOMMY HICKS QSOJ shows how it is done as he gathers in an 18-yard pass
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against the Mighty Texans. Richard Taft attempts to lend a hand in the play. at mc
P. A. Route Ra
PORT ARTHUR, OCTOBER 1.2, 1963
The big Ray Texans invaded the green turf of Jacket Stadium following
two straight losses by the Jackets to Pasadena and Orange. Corpus Christi
sported one of the heaviest lines in the state of Texas, including a 315 pound
center, Tiny Hudgens. Jacket desire, however, was not to be denied this night
and Port Arthur continually punished the Texans. Yes, the Jackets had
gotten back on the victory trail this fateful night with their 20-6 victory
over Corpus Christi.
The first Jacket score came on a six-yard jaunt off guard by tailback
Dwayne Catalina. Charles Vvilson then kicked his first of two successful
points from placement. Wilson scored the second Jacket touchdown of the
second quarter when he churned into the end zone from the eight. The big
fullback kicked his second extra point, and the Jackets led 1-1--6 at halftime.
The Jackets, quarterback David Watts then connected with tailback Catalina
on a pass which carried to the one yard line and from there Wilson went in
for the final score.
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P. A. Blitzes Gators
PORT ARTHUR. OCTOBER 19, 1963
A rousing 20-7 victory over the powerful La Grange Gators set the stage for the Yellow Jackets' 1963 District 11-
The Jackets displayed a mighty ground game led by the brilliant running of fullback Charles Wilson, who scored
twice from the one yard line and kicked both points after touchdowns, in their victory over La Grange. Another factor
in the Jackets, victory was their stalwart defensive play featuring a 40-yard touchdown run with an intercepted pass
y Gene Pace, a star on defense from his cornerback post.
This last pre-district game for 1963 left victory deeply imbedded in the mind of every Jacket player as Port Arthur
prepared to begin a whole new season which, technically, the district games represented.
PERFECT STEAL! Eugene Pace H105 snatches the football out of the hands of a Gator receiver as Buddy Ball f84J, Mike
f60D, and Tommy Daniels i325 look on in amazement.
GAME AT A GLANCE
Passes attempted ,,,,,,,
Passes completed - ......... .......
Yards gained passing ..,.,,,, ,,,,,,.,
. 1 Passes intercepted by ........ .......
,QQ-i.,:,'U't Net rushing, passing ..... .,.,., .
-,, -,,- Number of punts M., ..... .
Punting average ..,.... - .... ..... .... .W
' -' Number of penalties ..... ,,,, , ,
Yards penalized ......,.,
Yards gained rushing ....... -...
Yards lost rushing ....... .......
Net gain rushing .........., .......
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PORT NECHES-GROVES, OCTOBER 26, 1964
In a game which probably decided the District 11-AAAA championship,
the Port Arthur Yellow Jackets overpowered the PNG Indians in the first
half and then relied on a staunch defense to quell a second half Hlnjuni'
uprising to prevail 21-8. Both teams were fired up to the hilt, and the game
turned into a ferocious hitting contest. Not only was this game a peak of
Jacket effort, but the TJ student body displayed a spirit that has had no
equal in the past seven years.
The Jacket scores, all in the first half, were quick and long. Walter Sorgee
reversed field for 37 yardsg Dwayne Catalina zipped for 45 and 26 yard
scores. The Jacket line outcharged PNG time after time. The Jackets showed
an undeniable desire for victory. The defense, led by the front four of
Buddy Ball, Mike Trahan, Terry Rozzle, and Errol Guidry, played havoc
with the frustrated Indian backs.
WINGBACK RICHARD TAFT explodes like a stick of dynamite as he picks up valuable yar
age against the Indians. Guard Steve Wells C663 offers his help on the play.
GAME AT A GLANCE
POM Neches Port Arthur
Total first downs ............... 9
Yards gained rushing ....... 163
Yards lost rushing ....,.,..,. 42
Net gain rushing ............... 121 24,5
Passes attempted ....,,..,,.. -., 15 1
Pa 5 l ed
sse comp et ...- ......... . 3 0
Yards gained passing ....... 22 0
Passes intercepted by - ---fA 0 2
Net rushing, passing ..r...... 143 246
Number nf punts ............... 5 4
Punting average .......,........... 35.2 37,7
Number of penalties ..,...... 2 4
Yards penalized ,,,,,r..,,,,.,,..., 10 25
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CAME AT A GLANCE
South Park Port Arthur
Total first downs .,YY.., 1 .,,,,. 3 27
Yards gained rushing ....... 22 301
Yards lost rushing ,..,,,,,,,, 20 32
Net gain rushing ...,...,,.,.,,, 2 269
Passes attempted .,,,,,,,,,,.,,, , 19
Passes completed ........,,,,.,, 5
Yards gained passing .,...,. 111
P s intercepted by -----.. 1
Net rushing, passing ,...,,... 113
iNumbcr of punts ...K ,,,,,,, -, 5
' --,,----,,,,---,, 35.8
penalties ......... 0 3
lY8rds penalized ..,...... .. ,.,,,., . 0 35
DISPLAYING THE POWER that earned him All-State honors, fullback Charles Wilson crashes through the staunch Greenie line. Also
seen are Buddy Ball i841 and Walter Sorgee f26J.
Homecoming Flavored by Win
PORT ARTHUR, NOVEMBER 2, 1963
The 1963 version of the Port Arthur Yellow Jackets obviously recalled vividly the 1962 team as they whitewashed
the Greenies 26-0. As the seniors of last year's super-team, which was upset by South Park, watched from the side-
linesg the Jackets completely dominated the battle.
The usually ground-hugging Yellow Jackets shocked the crowd of 12,000 when the first time they got the ball, quar-
terback David Watts unleashed a twenty-yard strike to end Buddy Ball that set up the Jackets on the 16 yard line. Full-
back Charles Wilson made the first of his four touchdowns from that point. Wilson played perhaps his greatest
game of the year as he romped for 129 yards in addition to his four tallies. Another Watts pass set up the second
Jacket score as end Tommy Hicks pulled it in on the two yard line. Wfilson put six more points on the scoreboard from
there. Yes, it was a sweet victory for all.
RONALD CHADDRICK EDGAR EATON BILL SCOTT
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GAME AT A GLANCE
French Port Arthur
a first downs -- ........... 7
Yards gained rushing ..-...
Yards lost rushing --....
Net gain rushing ..- .A,.., -,.. 66
Passes attempted ,,,.,,,,,- 10
Passes completed ...-.....-. 3
Yards gained passing ..,..., 52
Passes intercepted by ....... 0
Net rushing, passing ...-..- 113 175
Number of punts ..,.,,.. - ,,,,, 7 4
Punting average ...,....,,, - .,..... 33-3
Number of penalties -.- ..... 22
Yards penalized ...,...,. .. ,,...,
QUARTERBACK DAVID WATTS splashes his way around left end against the 4'Water Buffaloes." Offering their assistance are
Charles Wilson 6335, Walter Sorgee f26J, Steve Wells f66J, and Terry Rozelle 6785.
Jackets Outmud French
BEAUMONT, NOVEMBER 9, 1963
It was a proud French team that went down in the mud this night. After shellacking Beaumont 30-0 the previous
week, the Buffaloes were geared to the limit to stop the favored Jackets. However, a continuous deluge dumped 3M
inches of rain on the turf of Purple Stadium and the Yellow Jackets found the mud to theirliking as they powered
their way over the ambitious Buffs. Borrowing a chapter from Port Arthur 'Lmud dogsi' of the past, the .lackets domi-
nated the game with their power sweeps and ferocious defensive play. This victory cinched at least a tie for the dis-
trict championship for the Jackets.
The deft running of tailback Walter Sorgee highlighted the otherwise brutal defensive struggle. Sorgee scored twice
from ten yards out and returned a punt 80 yards only to have it wiped out by an official's red flag. Charles Wilson
scored the other Jacket tally and booted two extra points.
SKIP SUDDUTH DAVID WATTS STEVE WELLS
Center Quarterback Guard
THE JUBILANT JACKETS carry Coach Underwood off the field after capturing the district llAAAA championship for the first time
in three years.
Jackets Wrap Up District
PORT ARTHUR, NOVEMBER 15, 1963
With the district crown in the sights of every Yellow Jacket player, they romped and stomped over hapless Beau-
mont 49-6. The Jacket ground game proved too much for the Royal Purples as they rolled up 479 offensive yards. The
Purples were limited to 206 total offensive yards, even though the Jackets often played second and third string
players. Quarterback David Wads threw a 31-yard touchdown strike to end Claude Pardue for the first Jacket touch-
down. The conversion attempt was wide. After receiving the ball, the Purples couldn't move it and punted to the
Jacket 35-yard line. On the first play of the series Walter Sorgee, aided by great blocking of the Jacket line, raced 65
yards to a second Jacket touchdown. The Jackets drove 99 yards for their next score, with Jesse DeLee capping the
drive by catching a 7-yard touchdown pass.
The Jackets' scoring was increased by the running of junior wingback Dale Bernauer, who scored touchdowns on
jaunts of 87 and 20 yards. Other scores for the Jackets came on a one-yard plunge by Dwayne Catalina and a one-
yard run by Edgar Eaton.
This was the J ackets' greatest offensive show of the season and a great way to close the district race.
DWAYNE CATALINA seems to lose the hall as he races in from seven yards out to score. Clearing the way for him are
Mike Hilliard 1153, Pinky Chaddrick 1653, and Dale Berneur C241
'XME AT A GLANCE
Beaumont Port Arthur
tal first downs .....,. , ..,... -..... ..,, 9 24
,rds gained rushing ,,.......... -.-, 154 498
nrds lost rushing ............... - ...., 9 19
rt gain rushing ........,., - 145 479
sses attempted ,......, ,,,,, 7 8
sses completed .,., .,,,, ......... . 2 2
trds'gained passing ............,,,,., 61 38
tsses intercepted by ,,,,..... ...- .... 1 1
-t rushing, passing D,,-,,- ...... 206 517
hmber of punts ..-......--..... 5 3
tnting average -.......,,,-..-.--4l.6 26.7
of penalties ...- ...,,, W--. 1
penalized ..,........ - .....,........... 6
GAME AT A GLANCE
THE YELLOW JACKETS swarm on this poor Eagle. Covering the kickoff return for Port Arthur are Tommy Hicks 1803, Tommy
Daniels 1325, Eugene Pace 1105, Richard Taft 1291, Bill Scott 1615, Aubrey Suddeth 1515, and Edgar Eaton 1223.
Season Finale - A Heartbreaker
PORT ARTHUR, NOVEMBER 29, 1963
The Port Arthur Yellow Jackets, handed the role of underdog in the bi-district clash between district champions of
11-AAAA and 12-AAAA, came away from a 22-21 loss both proud and shellshocked. The Jackets blocked and tackled
as they never have before, showing the form it takes to go all the Way to state. They showed an unprecedented dedica-
tion to winning, pushing the larger Eagles around at will. The best illustration of the lucklessness plaguing the Jackets
is the manner in which Pasadena scored: an 85 yard punt return, a blocked punt in the end zone on a missed high
snap from center, and a last-minute touchdown which was later found to be illegal. Of course the score is what
counts and that is the place the Eagles prevailed.
The Jacket ground game was magnificent, Walter Sorgee, running with speed and power, rolled up 137 twisting
yards. Charles Wilson scored all three touchdowns and provided a constant threat to the middle of the Eagle line.
This game is of the type that stirs visions of what might have been.
STRIKE! The Eagles are bowled over as halfback Walter Sorgee follows his teammates' blocking for a long gain. Doing an outstanding
job of blocking are Charles Wilson 1331, David Watts 1125, Mike Trahan 1601, and Steve Wells 166l.
Total first downs .,,,,,. - ,,,... ..... 7
Yards gained rushing .-,,,,-1,.. 61
Yards lost rushing . -..-r 31
Net gain rushing ,,,.,... ....... 3 0
Passes attempted ............. ......, 2 5
Passes completed ..,.....,,. ....... 1 0
Yards gained passing ....... - .... - 119 1
Passes intercepted by ....,... -.- 0
Net rushing, passing ........... ,..., 149 3
Number of punts ........... -...,..... 5
Punting average .,,,,.,,., .,,, - ...,.34'3 28
Number of penalties ,,.,,... ,.,,,,,,, 0
Yards penalized ...,.,,,, ,,,. A 0 2
The 1963 football season found the Yellow Jackets starting slow and finishing with a rush. Before the season even
began, the Jackets were put under pressure by high state and national rankings. The Jackets slugged past their first
two foes, Bellaire and Baytown, in a methodical fashion fluctuating between brilliance and mediocrity. Pasadena and
Orange came- from behind to take one-point victories on successive Fridays, and the Jackets faced the bleak possibility
of losing two more games to powerful teams before district rolled around. They had a challenge to face, and face it
they did as Ray and La Grange fell before a new team spirit. Each man on the field displayed a determination to erase
any doubts as to the quality of the team.
The Jackets, with power and finesse, ripped through a four-game district schedule to take the first 11-AAAA title
in three years for Port Arthur. They found themselves underdogs to a familiar Pasadena team in bi-district, the Eagles
hit the turf at Jacket Stadium with a touted offense and a tough defense. The Jackets played as they never have before,
they completely dominated the game until the clock showed eight minutes left in the last quarter. Lady Luck looked
the other way and stunned fans stared at the scoreboard's final 22-21 margin for Pasadena. The Jackets had lost the
game but won a place in every TJ-ites heart for the courage they displayed. Not many teams can say they came with-
in a thin three points of being undefeated for a season.
THE 1963 PORT ARTHUR YELLOW JACKETS
FIRST ROW: Claude Pardue, Terry Rozelle, David Watts, Norman Reeves, Errol Guidry, Norman Moreau, Tommy Daniels, Buddy
Ball, Chris Bray, Charles Wilson, Mike Trahan, Tommy Hicks, and Jesse DeLee. SECOND ROW: Gen Methvin, Frank Messina,
Jerry Malin, Skippy Sudduth, David Bonham, Steve Wells, Richard Taft, George Woodworth, Bill Scale, Eugene Pace, Dwayne
Catalina, Jackie Bemard, Steve Britt, and Bill Powell. THIRD ROW: Edgar Eaton, Mike Hilliard, Wayne Nance, Ronald Chaddrick,
Wayne Colichia, Chris Phillips, Byron Caston, Gary Woodard, .lim Lawson, Tommy Tucker, Roy Flores, John Hammond, Bobby
Jackson, and Kent Wickware. Not pictured are Walter Sorgee, Dale Bernauer and Billy Scott.
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All-District Offensive Center 1963
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Defensive Linebacker Defensive Linebacker
MIKE TRAHAN ERROL GUIDRY
Defensive Tackle Defensive End
Jacket Junior Varsi
THE 1963 PORT ARTHUR YELLOW JACKET JUNIOR VARSITY
FIRST ROW: J. Hebert, P. Snell, J. Martin, P. Linthiam, S. Crain, F. Lea, R. McLain, N. Norris, L.'Deslatte, L. Pace, J. Cookse
M. Babin. SECOND ROW: P. Pate, A. Goss, R. Joel, C. McFa1ls, P. Brogdon, T. Enrigh, T. Felps, E. Kitchens, J. Jordan, T. Yanc
R. Murray, M. Smith. THIRD ROW: J. Singleton, R. Walker, K, Huber, F. Lopez, D. Young, R. Nunez, J. Smith, G. Pierron, D. Mee
er, D. Mingle, B. Kirchmer, F. Schneider, M. White, T. Long, R. Daily, T. Palmer, K. Courville.
LARRY DESLATTE FOLLOWS the determined blocking of Nick Norris, 1385, and Bobby Kirchmer, 6883, 35 he makes 21 Ilifle S311
against South Park.
Displays Talent and pirit
JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE
I P. A. 32 Vidor 0
P. A. 12 Silsbee 6
I P. A. 38 Bridge City 0
N P. A. 23 French 0
P. A. 8 Nederland 36
P. A. 14- Beaumont 0
P. A. 18 Orange 14
P. A. 8 P. N. -G. 8
P. A. 22 South Park 8
ALONG WITH THEIR many other duties coaches Hank Clark and
Rodney Pirtle tutored the Jacket JV's, posting a fine 8-1-I season record.
W WINGBACK LARRY PACE is brought down by a gang of Creenie JV's as Bobby Kirshmer C885 comes upto help.
New Coach Proves Impressive
COACH RODNEY PIRTLE
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THREE-TIME ALL-DISTRICT veterans battle with
Charles Wilson on the offensive and Hugh Fant on
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FRENCH 51 FRENCH 45
BEAUMONT, JANUARY 14
The Port Arthur Yellow Jackets stunned area basketball fortu
tellers by toppling French, everbodyis pick to win the district crowi
53-51. This win stationed the Jackets in an unexpected tie for fi
place and inflicted the team with a new zest that they kept for t
remainder of the season. The most noticeable improvements in t
Jackets' play were their staunch defensive and their aggressive
bounding. The offense was balanced as the Jackets put a well-oilu
machine on the floor. Charles Wilson, Benny Warr, and Keith Moo
hit in double figures to lead the way to victory.
PORT ARTHUR, FEBRUARY 12
After winning two of three games on the road, the Yellq
Jackets dropped their second straight home game to a powerf
French team, 45-42, before a capacity crowd in the TJ gym. Ar
though trailing throughout the game, the Jackets made a batt
royal out of it in the end. They came within one point of tying
score on several occasions but never could overtake the battli
Buffs. Charles Wilson captured game-scoring honors with 16 point
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BEAUMONT 50 REAUMONT 50
AUMONT, JANUARY 21, 196-1
ort Arthur's cagers made a valiant attempt to again
ll it out of the Hfirew in the final minutes, but the
'nts came too few and too late as the Royal Purples
lked off with a hard-Won 5047 victory.
Benny Warr finished the night as the game's top
nrer with twenty points.
DRT ARTHUR, FEBRUARY 7, 19641
he Jackets found themselves fighting to stay out of
District ll-AAAA7s cellar as they dropped their
Irth district tilt. 50--12, to the Reaumont Royal
1 he margin of victory for the Purples came with
HEAD FOOTBALL COACH Clarence Undeux ood di played
his interest in all school sports hy faithfully 'ttttndm he
lair cashing in on 23 Jacket fouls for sixteen points.
Charles Wilson kept the Jackets in contention as he
lured l8 points.
IDACH RODNEY PIRTLE did an admirable joh of molding
inexperienced group of players into a smooth-functioning
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This game found the Indians trying to end their
losing skein to the Jackets, and the Jackets were
forced to come from behind in overtime to nip
the Indians 6463.
The Indians led most of the game, but the
Jackets tied it up in the fourth quarter with only
nine seconds remaining 'on the clock. Benny Warr
sank the clutch shot to send the game into over-
time and then sank the winning shot for the
.ckets with two seconds remaining.
PORT ARTHUR, FEBRUARY 12, 1964
The Jackets again stymied all Indian's attempts
to gain a victory over them as they whipped Port
Neches 64-60. It was the Jacket's third district
victory of the season and enhanced the Jacket's
chances of gaining a three-way tie for second
place in District 11-AAAA.
Keith Moore led the Jacket scoring by sinking.
GEORGE CHASE, in quest of the basket, slips pa
CHARLES WILSON STRIKES a familiar pose as he searches for a
teammate or an opening.
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SOUTH PARK 60 SOUTH PARK 58
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Confusing circumstances existed as South Park invaded Yel-
Jacket Gymnasium this tension-packed evening. The Green-
along with Port Arthur, French, and Beaumont, were tied
the loop lead.
off with an unusually potent attack, the Jackets
early and kept it until the end of regulation play.
Park tied the score 51-51 on two charity tosses with
seconds left to send the game into overtime, where they
their hosts 9-4 to win the game. Benny Warr and Jeff
tallied 16 points a piece to lead the Jacket scorers.
PARK, FEBRUARY 15, 19611
final game of the season ended on a sad note as the
lost to South Park 58-44.
Jackets were lead by Charles Wilson with a 20-point
Jackets played a good offensive game, but fouls cost
KEITH MOORE, Senior, Forward
JEFF ARNAUD DRIVES around South Park for two points.
BENNY WARR LOFTS a missle with a
Two Cop All-District
CHARLES WILSON AND BENNY WARR
B-Squad Gains Experience
COACH HENRY CLARK
Left to right: Coach Clark, Jimmy Cooksey, Terry Phelps, Bobby Kirchmer, Randy Lofton, Cub Beard, David
Meeker, Warren Grammer, Phil Pate, Earl Kitchens, Keith Eaves, Fred Schneider, Ronald Cooper, and Coach
Track Marked h Progress
SECOND PLACE FINISH rrrr GULF COAST RELAYS
THIRD PLACE FINISH .. ,v,,. c L DISTRICT 11-AAAA
EICHTH PLACE FINISH s rr,r,rr REGIONAL MEET
fhighest finish for ll-AAAA teaml
DISTRICT I I-AAAA RESULTS
Charles Wilson lst in shot put and discus
Errol Guidry 4th in shot put
Randy France 2nd in discus
Dale Bernaeur lst in l00 yd. dash and
220 yd. dash, on 2nd place
440 yd. relay team.
David Bonham 6th in pole vault
Edoar Eaton lst in broad jump, on 2nd place
440 yd. relay team
Tim Summerlm: 6th in 440 yd. dash, on 2nd
place 4-40 yd. relay team, on
5th place mile relay team
Cary Plerron 2nd in pole vault
James Emmons: On 5th place mile relay team
Larry Patterson: On 5th place mile relay team
Walter Sor ee 6th place in broad jump
Earl Kitchens On 2nd place 440 yard relay team
David Auld 4th in high hurdles and 6th in COACH FRANCIS HILL
Way ne Glover 5th place in high jump
James Shaw 5th place in high jump
440 yard relay
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220 yard dash
440 yard dash
880 yard dash
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Relays Require Great Efforl
DALE BERNAUER, 100 yard dash, 220 yard dash, and
440 yard relay.
JAMES EMMONS, mile relay and 440 yard dash.
TIM SUMMERLIN freceiving batonl mile relay, 4-40 yail
relay, and 440 yard dash. DAVID AULD Cpassing baton
120 yard hurdles, 180 yard hurdles, and the mile relay. -
LARRY PATTERSON, 440 yard dash, and mile relay.
EARL KITCHENS, 100 yard dash, 220 yard dash, and 440
GEM METHVIN, 120 yard high hurdles, and 180 yard low
Track Takes Action
CHARLES WILSON, shot put, discus, and broad jump. ERROL GUIDRY, shot put.
EDGAR EATON, broad jump, and 440 yard relay. WALTER SORGEE, broad jump, and 100 yard dash
Speedsters Carr TJ's Banner
RONNIE SCHKADE, and MIKE MARTINEZ, mile run.
MIKE POWERS and JAMES COX, 880 yard run.
LUPE de la ROSA, mile run.
Alvin Goodyear runs the 880 course
David Bonham, Gary Landry, Gary Pierron
Not pictured in this section are hurdlers David
Meeker and Bobby Jackson and high jumpers
Wayne Glover, James Shaw, and Steve Frazier.
TJ Finds Going Tough
P.A. 5 Orange
P.A. 0 Jasper
P.A. 5 PNG
P.A. 10 Nederland
P.A. 1 Orange
P.A. 2 Nederland
P.A. 4 Bridge City
P.A. 3 PNG
P.A. 7 Bridge City
P.A. 1, 0 PN G
P.A. 6, 1 Beaumont
P.A. 3, 2 French
P.A. 1, 6 S. Park
COACH HOWARD TIPPETT and managers Ronnie Exley and Barry Hutto.
SENIORS STANDING ARE Jackie Pinner, Leo Hebert, .lo Jo Domingue, Demetrius Loukas, and Charles Wilson.
llgneiling are: Lee Kiamar, Carlos Estrada, Cary San Angelo, David Landry, Jimmy Dubois, Danny Richardson, and
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OUTFIELDERS: Jimmy DuBois, Carlos Estrada, Jackie Pinner, and Ed Boutte Ckneelingl. Lee Kimar, Drew '
Haynes, Donnie Kasper, Dub Hardin, and Charles Wilson. Cstandingl.
INFIELDERS: Kneeling, Cary Carrol, David Landry, and Jeff Arnaud. Standing, Leo Hebert, Ronnie Hudson,
Demetrious Loukas, and Kenneth Domingue.
earn Through eason
VETERANS Leo Hebert and Ronnie Hudson flank newcomer Gary Carroll. Not pictured is pitcher Lee Kiamar.
CATCHERS: Gary San Angelo,
Danny Richardson, and Ed Boutte.
DAVID LANDRY LEADS off third base in a tense moment in the game
with Port Neches-Groves.
In this game the Yellow Jackets and the Beau-
mont Boyal Purples battled to a 6-6 tie as the
Jackets remained winless in two district games.
Jacket pitcher Ronnie Hudson went the distance
and gave up only -1- hits. Beaumont pitchers David
Bissel and Ike Wvynn allowed 12 hits.
The Jacket hitting attack was led by Jo Jo Domin-
gue, Danny Richardson, Jimmy DuBois, and Carlos
The Yellow Jackets remained winless in district
play as they lost a 2-1 decision to Beaumont High.
The Jackets received fine pitching from Ronnie
Hudson who allowed 5 hits while striking out 6.
The Jackets were helped by the hitting of Jo Jo
Domingue. He collected two hits.
Jackets Find F at
PORT NECHES-FIRST GAME
The Yellow Jackets opened the 1964 district rat
with a 2-1 loss to PN-G.
Leo Hebert, the Jacket pitcher, gave up 3 hit
walked 3 and struck out 4. Port Neches pitche
Pat Holloman, allowed only 2 hits, Walked 7 an
struck out 7.
The Jackets hits were collected by Jo Jo Domingr
and Jimmy DuBois.
PORT NECHES-SECOND GAME
The PN-G Indians invaded the Jacket diamor
and soundly defeated the Jackets 9-0.
Leo Hebert was again the victim of excellel
hitting as the Indian collected 8 hits. Hebert als
struck out 5 and walked 3 batters. Indian pitch'
Pat Holloman allowed only 3 hits, two singles I
Jimmy DuBois and one by Danny Richardson.
BILLY PIETZ, a Junior Hurler
igainst Them in District
In this game the Jackets were defeated by the
league-leading French Buffs 5-3.
Pudgy Kozloski allowed only 3 Jacket hits, in-
cluding a solo homer by Leo Hebert. Kozloski al-
lowed 4 walks while striking out 8.
Jacket pitcher Leo Hebert gave up 6 hits and
struck out 4.
The French Buffs defeated the Jackets 3-2 to
stretch the J ackets, losing streak.
Starting Jacket pitcher Leo Hebert allowed only
1 hit, walked 3 and struck out 4. Reliever Ronnie
Hudson gave up 3 hits, walked 3 and struck out 2.
The Jackets collected 3 hits off French pitcher
Kozloski. Collecting hits for the Jackets were Jo Jo
Domingue, Jimmy DuBois, and Donnie Kasper.
LEO HEBERT, about to deliver
THE OLE BACKSTOP, Danny Richardson
SOUTH PARK-FIRST GAME
Port Arthur's losing by one point continued as
the Greenies defeated the Jackets 2-1.
The Jackets received fine pitching from senior
right-hander Ronnie Hudson who allowed only one
hit and struck out 5.
The Jackets gathered only two hits off Greenie
pitcher Billy Wright. Collecting hits were .lo Jo
Domingue and Ronnie Hudson.
SOUTH PARK-SECOND GAME
The Jackets finished the district race by dropping
a 7-6 decision to South Park.
Jacket pitcher Ronnie Hudson gave up 5 hits and
struck out 4.
Leading the Jacket hitting attack was Leo Hebert
and Jimmy DuBois. Hebert blasted a homer that
carried well over 350 feet and DuBois lofted a
grand-slam homerun in the 4th inning.
Golfers arner Honors
TJ GOLF TEAM-STANDING: David Beane, Bill Jones, Donnie Klutts, Ronnie Kluts, John Bigham, Leon McKee anc
Larry Ellendar. KNEELING: Justin Campbell, Ellery Lacy, Woody Willialms, and Douglas Fleckman.
SOUTH PARK-lst Place Lacy, 75g Jones, 769 Fleckman,
77g Campbell, 77
BRAZOSPORT-2nd Place litiecl for 1stj Campbell, 75
Lacy, 765 Jones, 789 Williams, 80
GALVESTON-Did not place
ORANGE-2nd Campbell, 78, Williams, 80, Lacy, 82
CHAMPIONS-3rd Lacy, 75g Fleckman, 76g Willialiis, 78
DISTRICT-3rd Campbell 71-74 1 145
Lacy 77-7-1 I 151
Williams 74-75 1 149
Fleckman 80-84 I 164
Rebuilding of TJ Tennis
Harold Leavell, Paul Rabuck, Berme Brown, Tommy Tucker, Russel Demler, and Phil Fleckman.
TOMMY TUCKER AND JOHN WEATHINGTON, first e"""
The 1964 Yellow Jacket tennis tearn standing left to right are: Ford Painton, Mark Spooner, John Weathington, Carl Weathingto,
Program tarted With Depth
FORD PAINTON AND MARK SPOONER. third doubles
GET ON YOUR MARK, GET SET, GO is the signal for Elaine Corgi, Carol Smith, and Margaret Reid.
BICEPS GET A work-out as Evelyn Etter, Nancy Bush-
nell, and Liby An Palmer throw the softball.
SHEILA SWICEGOOD, JEANETTE BERGERON, AND Mary Be
Beauchamp look on as Judy Franklin tries for the 7-foot mark.
lays a Big Part
'RIN AND BEAR IT" is the motto for the 600-walk-run insist Brenda
Eetere, Sheila Champagne, and Nancy Blakley.
OOD FORM AND speed are essential for Gay Burris to make a good tim-
g in the shuttle-run.
BOYS ARE NOT the only ones who do isometric
exercises say Mary Doering, D'Lys Cillman, Melinda
Simmons, and Linda Williamson.
A 22-INCH WAISTLINE may result from sit-ups.
Demonstrating the technique are Candy Matlock,
Ellen Morgan, Cherry Moritz, and Nita Green.
ACHIEVING THE REQUIREMENTS are the new letter girls. STANDING: S. Haskell, P. Landry, M. Breaux, P. Johnson,
P. Johnson, J. Bergeron, R. Wingfield, R. Wagner, M. Rethke. SITTING: J. Townsend, M. Tumer, C. Tibbetts, B. Wriborg,
J. Welch, S. Sheffield, W. Thomell, and S. Scogin.
PUNCH AND CAKE were served
after the installation was conclud-
ENJOYING THEIR SECOND year
Letter Girl members are STANDIN
S. Landry, J. Benfield, M. Kusch,
Barnett, G. Burris, D. Domascl
SEATED: B. DeVillier, J. Franklin,
Estes, and J. Chelette.
AFTER receiving their trophies for posture are Norma
Senior .Class posture queeng Delia Urbina, Junior Class
queen and All-School posture queeng and Maxie Taylor,
PROUDLY DISPLAYINC THEIR well-deserved trophies
are the ping pong champions Sue Haskell, Carolyn Barnett,
and Rhonda Miller.
AFTER EXTENSIVE TESTING nine girls were chosen as posture finalists. They are P. Johnson, H. Trahan, A. Hamilton,
N. Storey, D. Urbina, M. Taylor, R. Babin, B. Bremmer, and L. Carlton.
Letter G1I'lS Promote Splflt III GRA
Mary Alice Breaux
BOAT RIDE is a pleasant way for GRA letter girl officers to climax an active year. They include: Judy Franklin, presidentg
ckie Benfield, secretaryg Judy Chelette, reporterg Carolyn Estes, parliamentarian. Carolyn Barnette, vice-president, could not be
ent for the picture.
HARD WORK BRINGS close friendship among
these team managers who are Sylvia Landry,
Gay Burris, and Carolyn Barnette.
WRIST ACTION AND precise timing go hand in hand
in playing badminton.
ON THE SOCCER field action is fast
and furious as these girls try their best
to kick the ball.
HIT THAT BALL! Softball
he irlsl Sports
as well as
READY, AIM, FIRE! These girls are
learning the basic fundamentals of archery.
UP AND OVER with perfect form is the key to
completing a successful hurdle.
Skills Provide for lVlor+
M A TI O N CONCERNIN
drugs and narcotics is taugl
in the health program.
WATCH THE BALL, bend knees, and hit the hall at the right time.
These are some hints for playing a better volleyball game. This sport
is liked and enjoyed by most of the girls at TJ.
njo able Recreation
BASKETBALL IS A tiring game but an excit-
ing one. Many rules and regulations concern this
sport. Zone and man-to-man guarding make the
job of the forward even harder.
BALLET OR VOLLEYBALL?
irls Learn ew Wa :
SORE LEG MUSCLES result from taking modern dance. The final result, however, is expected to be shown in gracef
HSKINNINC THE SNAKE' is demon
strated by several students in El tumbling
J aintain Fitness
lT'S WINDY OUT
on the new tennis
courts, but these
members of the
girls' Tennis Club
don't seem to mind.
They are Marcia
1 Hunter, Rhonda
W Miller, Nancy Blak-
ley, Carolyn Bar-
nett, Sue Haskell,
, Gloria Hicks.
EXERCISING ON THE bal-
ance heam isn't as easy as
Pain Johnson and Sandra
Wllkasli make it look.
GR Provides Activity
THE BALL SEEMS to balance on the net as the girls watch to see which way it falls during play night, which is the letter
girls' annual activity.
GLADLY RECEIVING THE Invita-
tional Volleyball Tournament trophy
are STANDING: Judy Rode, Norma
Schroeder, Miss McClain, sponsor,
Carolyn Barnett, Melinda Simmons,
Judy Franklin. SEATED: Barbara
Comeaux, Rhonda Miller, Rita Wing-
field, Gay Burris, Sylvia Landry.
BEING A GYM office help
er requires energy and pa
tience. Standing are S. Sum-
merhill, S. Scogin, C. Bar-
nette, A. Hamilton, J. Frank
lin, L. Williamson, S. Lan
dryg seated are G. Burris, S
Coody, P. Jackson, D. Gill-
THERE WAS PLENTY of action and
excitement at this year's student teach-
er volleyball and basketball games, even
if the teachers won both games.
pring Brings Awards
at GR Installation
TENNIS CHAMPS IN their respective classes are Sylvia Landry, seniorg Kay Bolles, juniorg Karen Borel,
ATTAINING THEIR GOALS of becoming letter girls are STANDING: Susan Castille, Gloria Hicks, Sue
Castille, Kay Bolles. SEATED: Nancy Bushnell, ,Ian Willoughby, ,Ioan Traube.
THESE SENIOR BAS-
are Pam Johnson, Judy
Franklin, Becky DeVil-
lier, Meredith Kusch,
Becky Wriborg, Jackie
this year are seniors. STAND-
ING: Sylvia Landry, Judy
Franklin, Becky Wrihorg,
Meredith Kusch, Carolyn
Barnett. SEATED: Jackie
Benfield, Pam Johnson, Cay
SOPHOMOBES WON the softball
championship. STANDING: Barbara
Comeaux, Shirley Andoe, Rhonda Mil-
ler, Carolyn Boutte. SEATED: Donna
Fontanessi, Patti Moak, Emily Bea-
l 1 . f ll l 1 g il jjg l i i lil
The Power Behind ur Champs
Glenn Johnson Dora Scalco Steve Harris
HA TORCH PARADE in the
rain is about as effective as a good-
night kiss from a doorknobf'
came a shout. "Who cares, if the
torches don't?" came the reply,
as the torches kept burning bright-
ly and spirit heightened for the
Pasadena bi-district game. Little
did the cheerleaders realiie that
on the following night the football
season would end tragically.
A hot summer sun had the
cheerleaders sweating over new
routines that would later pay off
in fall game spectaculars.
Beginning with the first pep
rally the cheerleaders nurtured the
spirit of the students, helping it
grow into a driving force pound-
ing the players to go "all the
waylv The students had the spir-
itg the players had the ability,
but fate had our number.
The cheerleaders displayed their
industry in other ways too. They
covered the campus and school
with signs and were always ready
and willing to work on any school
Cold winter set in and with it
came Basketball season. During
this time the cheerleaders set a
precedent by attending all games
Needless to say, seeing the in-
dustrious six getting behind the
teams gave the 1964 students a
The cheerleaders, headed by
Lance Lyday, are sponsored by
Miss Nancy McClain.
LET IT RAIN! We don't care. We're going "all the way."
YOU COULD jump that high? Trick photog-
does much for the status symbol of the
WATCH IT! DON'T let all the spirit out. Save some for the next game
HERALD MEMBERS: BOTTOM ROW: A. Berry, J. Campbell, K. Gray, .I. Pierce, E. Flynn, M. Vickers,
T. Wyble, T. Rozelle. MIDDLE ROW: C. Tibbetts, G. Saunders, C. Branch, D. Scalco, M. Doering, R. Gross-
field, L. Bond. TOP ROW: S. Carter, S. Clarkson, N. Reeves, D. Riegner, T. Hicks.
HERALD MEMBERS: BOTTOM ROW: V. Andrus, P. McBride, C
Hightower, L. Codkin, C. White, P. Piggott. MIDDLE ROW: G. Lanclos,
E. Charrier, A. Rountree, R. Liebling, S. Castro, C: Sheppard, S. Schmidt.
TOP ROW: P. Culley, M. Thompson, L. Carter, C. Buckner, S. Kasper,
HERALD OFFICERS DISPLAYING "the long
football poster in the world" are Peggy Gralf
treasurer, Phillip Fleckman, vice-president: and IN
Nancy Creswell, sponsor.
HERALD MEMBERS: BOTTOM ROW: B. Meeker, S. Swicegood, P. Johnson, S. Chambless, L. Hays, A. Mulkcy.
MIDDLE ROW: C. Wlngate, G. Henry, J. Townsend, W. Thornell, J. Chelotte. TOP ROW: A. McManus, N. Harman,
M. Kusch, J. Darling, B. Wrihorg, S. Floyd.
'HER OFFICERS ARE: Carolyn Estes, secretary:
b Thompson, president: and Mrs. Pat Reed, sponsor.
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HERALD MEMBERS: BOTTOM ROW: B. Hudson, J. Menard, S. Britt, A. R.
McKee, J. Sharpless. MIDDLE ROW: J. Truuhe, C. Gcison, S. Morgan, P.
Dungan, J. Class. TOP ROW: C. Bell, K. Bolles, J. Willoughby, J. Huff, J.
HERALD MEMBERS: BOTTOM ROW: M. Pirnack, D. Oliver, J. de la Cruz, M. Hooks, M. Teran, N. McNabb, L. Bordelon,
B. Hopkins. MIDDLE ROW: D. Cliffe, B. Theriot, J. Millar, J. Johnston, P. Pullen, D. Denho, D. Lequeux, S. Summerhill, J.
Welch, A. Cotham, M. Rutt, S. Fuselier, P. Larsen, H. Bennett. TOP ROW: K. Moore, A. Klebha, D. Rozell, L. Lyday, G. Badgett,
S. Harris, and P. Delaney.
HERALD MEMBERS: BOTTOM ROW: J. Andrus, L. Brown, M. Reehurgh, J. Montroy, S.
Capps, L. Brown, A. Boutte. TOP ROW: J. Sharpless, B. Langdon, A. Wehner, J. Emmons, D.
Auld, B. Jackson, C. Beckom, L. Romero, and B. Meeker.
They Stood Out
Heralds and service form a gigantic partnership to make
school life pleasant and sometimes even exciting. Two
members from each Junior and three from each Senior
homeroom comprise the membership. Despite their size,
Heralds find it easy to put plans into action.
Spirit Week represented one of their most determined
efforts. Maroon and gold streamers for cars, splashy signs
for the caravan of buses, and heart warming pep sessions
marked this week when the motto was "Plunder Pasadena."
Heralds saw that signs were displayed on the field for each
game. That gave Big Buzz his raucous horn, painted it,
and saw that Buzz cheered lustily for each touchdown
made by the Jackets.
The longest football poster in the world, measuring a
whopping 120 yards, was prepared by Heralds as they
neatly painted their legend in one and one-half gallons of
paint. The Red Hussars paraded the sign on the field at
Merry Christmas was made even happier when this
group assumed the job of decorating the Community Home
for the occasion.
The Heralds have laid plans to sponsor a homecoming
for the 1964 class a decade from now, and they suggested
that the group should try to become affiliated with the
National Key Club.
HERALDS TAKE TIME out to pat themselves on the back and re
after a year of many accomplishments.
Buzz Travels With the TEXANS
EXANS INCLUDE: Edmond Boutte, Phillip Fleckman, Tommy Cochran, Bob Thompson, Justin Campbell, Steve Carter, Arthur
lebba, Ronnie Bost, and Pete Goldblum. Not pictured is Bennie Warr.
Mascot Needs Special Grooming
WANTED: A MASCOT and
everal senior boys to serve as
aretakers and escorts.
A plan to fulfill this desire
riginated in the mind of 'a stu-
ent body president a few years
go. Big Buzz has served as a
ymbol of Thomas Jefferson's ath-
Etic ability and its spirit, but the
exans are responsible for Buzz's
ibrant appearance. This year the
'exans had Buzz repainted and
ad his wings repaired.
Scrunched in the back of a pick-
p truck, the Texans anchored and
protected Big Buzz as they rode to
out-of-town games during the '63-
,64 season. They also helped trans-
port and erect signs on the field
or gym of the opposition to boost
our team's spirit.
The home games were easier on
the Texans. After Buzz was set
up, they presented him to the stu-
dent body at the pep rallies on Fri-
day afternoons. 011 Friday nights,
the football players ran through
Buzz's newly made arch, and Buzz
was carried on to the field, much
to the delight of the spirited spec-
tators, and the chagrin of the op-
With every touchdown came a
blasting buzz from the buzzer that
the Texans procured, put in work-
ing order, and attached to Big
Buzz not only went to all the
games, but he was also a popular
figure at the bonfire and at the
Miss Nancy McClain is the
sponsor of the Texans.
Colorful aroon and Gold
ASSISTANT DRUM MAJOR
COLOR GUARDS: MARY
DOERING, HEAD COLOR
GUARDg ANN BOUTTE,
TONI GRIFFIN, MARIAN
LAIR, and SHIRLEY GRA-
Band Features Good Organization
MAJORETTES: DIANE LEQUEUX, HEAD MAJORETTEg CAROLYN BRANCH, ALICE ROUNTREE, MARIE
VICKERS, and PAULA STRICKLAND.
MR. JOHN L. BADGETT
MARCHING SEASON FOR
A well-organized band found it possible to perform
admirably during the latter part of the football season
because their director, Mr. John L. Badgett, had planned
maneuvers ahead of time. When he became ill in
November, Drum Major Peggy Gralino took over the
direction of the marching, and Student Director Gene
Badgett took up the baton to direct the playing. They
had the assistance of substitute teacher Mrs. Florence
Meeker during the weeks when Mr. Badgett was absent.
Fully recovered after the Christmas holidays, Mr.
Badgett once more assumed control of the Maroon and
Cold Band and made beautiful music for the annual
COME AND GET IT! Oooh, Curlcrs Yef
Well, even the Band lets its hair down om
in a while-or puts it up in curlers!
PEP RALLIES WERE 1
only one scene of thc
Band's many performances. W
NEVER WAS THERE such music as there was at the last performance of the great 1964 TJ Band.
GENE BADGETT, Cornet
RUBEN CANTU, Saxophone
MARGUERITE CASTRO, Clarinet
ROBERT COWLING, Saxophone
JAMIE CREED, Cornet
MARY DOERING, Clarinet
BOB GIBBONS, Tuba
SHIRLEY GRAHAM, Clarinet
PEGGY GRALINO, Clarinet
RAY HINDS, Tuba
JAY HORSAK, Tuba
JOEL LANGHOFF, Trombone
PATSY LANDRY, Drum
DIANE LEQUEUX, Drum
MARTHA MCCARTNEY, Clarinet
KEITH MOORE, Trombone
LAMBERT PRICHETT, Cornet
ANN RETHKE, Saxophone
BILL SEALE, French Horn
DONNA SEBASTIAN, Flute
I ADRIAN SEPEDA, Cornet
BOB SMITH, Baritone
MARIE VICKERS, Oboe
JOYCE WELCH, Saxophone
Seniors Displai Leadership
ENIORS ARE THE greatest-and the greatest of the seniors was Gene Badgett as he performed a solo in this maneuver.
THE NEW SOUND?
of a stage band in th
auditorium - P R E-
SEN TING THE JEF
DISCUSSINC THEIR TRIP TO SIX FLAGS are band officers, Ray Hinds, rnanagerg Donna Sebastian, Librariang Linda Plaia
assistant drum majorg Mary Doering, historiang Gene Badgett, student directorg Shirley Grahm, treasurerg Marguerite Castro
secretary, Bob Smith, presidentg Peggy Cralino, drum majorg Diane Lequeux, head majoretteg and Keith Moore, vice-president
ONE OF THE many highlights of the year for tl
Maroon and Gold Band was their banquet. Herr
good food and a cheerful atmosphere, topped with tl
excitement of crowning the 1963-1964 Band Swee
hearts, provided a memorable evening.
Conclusion of mother Year
AND PRACTICE NEVER really ends. Early
rnings and late afternoons often found the 125-
mber hand in practice sessions.
ecause of their high performance level, the
roon and Gold Band won a blazing array of
re than one hundred individual awards, as well
a long list of "firsts" in Interscholastic League
ome of the important social events of the year
e the Band Banquet in February and a trip to
x Flags Over Texas in May.
Gene Badgett was student director
Good marching requires miles and miles of practice
pirited Red Hussars
DRUM SERGEANT BUGLE SERGEANT
NANCY MCNABB JANIS DARVILLE
ASSISTANT DRUM MAJOR MAJORETTE
SUZANNE SUMMERHILL SUSAN ARRINGTON
STEPHANIE F USELIER
EVERYONE WAS IN hxgh spirits at the Red Hussar Ball
especrally Ann McManus, who was chosen Ideal Hussar
. Snare drum
' MAURINE HOOKS
LIBY AN PALMER
LNER Snare drum
X Snare drum
'IGATE Bass drum
ORG Tenor drum
Dreams Will Never Die
The Red Hussar Drum and
Bugle Corps is an organization
which encourages good character
among its members by stressing
school loyalty, discipline, and in-
terest in its purpose. The Corps
spent two months training in the
summer and sixth period gym class
during the school year for partici-
pation in half-time activities at
football games, parades, and other
Red and White Day in late
August presented the corps to an
audience in Jacket Stadium.
Throughout football season they
entertained the spectators with in-
tricate displays of precision drills
and novelty formations. Among
their outstanding maneuvers were
the spelling of "BUZZ" to salute
the school mascot, the pinwheels
formed while playing "Swinging
Safarif, the feature twirling, the
presentation of two popular songs,
"If I Had a Hammer" and "Bo
Diddly," and the ten minute "Nato
Waltz" and corresponding drill.
The Hussars also provided spirit
at the pep rallies, the bonfire, the
torchlight parade, and the Cav-
OILcade and Christmas parades.
Among the Corps' social func-
tions were a swimming party at
the end of summer practice, the
gala Hussar Ball at Christmas,
the formal installation of new
members and officers, the Senior
luncheon, and a Play Day for all
old and new Hussars on May 29.
The Corps is sponsored by
Mrs. June Chambless.
MRS. JUNE CHAMBLESS, SPONSOR
THE HUSSAR LUNCHEON was great say the Hussar officers of 1963-1964. TOP ROW: Judy Chelette, president Jams Darville
bugle sergean-tg Nancy McNabb, drum sergeantg Janice Townsend, instrument quartermasterg Janis Steen, majorette Ann Hamilton
drum majorg Sue Arrington, majoretteg Suzanne Sunimerhill, assistant drum majorg Ann McManus, tenor co-sergeant BOTTOM ROW
Joyce Hare, assistant bugle sergeantg Donna LeBlanc, assistant drum sergeantg Stephanie Fuselier, treasurerg Nancy Richard
retaryg Susie Clarkson, hell lyre sergeantg Carolyn Estes, vice-presidentg Becky Wrihorg, tenor co-sergeantg Claudia Wingate bass
sergeantg Laura Carter, assistant instrument quartermasterg Gayla Bell, assistant uniform quartermasterg Margaret Reebur li chap
laing and Kay Easley, historian.
Spirited Hussars -
and on the Mafch
Fame Hits Hom
A CAPPELLA OFFICERS, Donna Cieson, reporter, Wfanda Thornell, librarian, Barbara Corley, librarian, Donna
Schamber, treasurer, Charlotte Rhodes, secretaryg Mike Phillips, vice-presidentg Jeff Smith, president, reflect the
festive feeling at the choir banquet.
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n Leaders of Cappella
CHOIR DIRECTOR JACK BOTTOMS
Acclaim and applause, such as the standing ova-
tion given the A Cappella Choir when they sang
in Houston at the National School Board conven-
tion, have marked the appearance of these choris-
ters . . . lVlemhers pass tests on voice quality, sight
reading, and carrying a voice part solo. They rep-
resent the cream of the vocal crop. Fourteen mem-
bers were named to the All-Region Choir and two
sang in the All-State Choir.
Appearances in the auditorium assembly pro-
grams, singing for numerous civic events, and work-
ing up Christmas and Spring Concerts are high-
lights in the annual program.
Presenting 4'Oklahomal" was a major event of
Social occasions enliven rehearsal sessions. A
Get Acquainted party initiated the year. A banquet
at which awards and letters were presented took
place at mid-year, and a farewell coke party rounded
out the year.
inging Fills The
PRACTICING HARD FOR a coming program are members of the Girls' Sextet: Charlotte Rhodes, Linda Whitehead, Carolyn
Estes, Pam Thompson, Norma Schroeder, Marcea Tauher, and Clara Tibbetts, accompanist.
SINGING IN CONCERT are these members of
the Boys' Quartet: Mike Phillips, Gene Badgett,
.Ieff Smith, and Bill Proft.
PRESENTING THE A CAPPELLA CHOIR
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THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB IN PERFORMANCE
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OFFICERS OF THE GLEE CLUB proudly display one of the
record albums made by the Choral Department during the year.
Officers include: SITTING: Karen Parker, vice-presidentg Es-
merelda De La Santos, secretary. STANDING: Dottie Moses
and Frcdna J. Jones, lihrariansg Rae Wagner, president.
Choir Enjoys Successful Year
MIXED CHOIR OFFICERS are .lim Miller, vice-presidentg Roy
Codkin, presidentg Patsy Joranstad, librariang and Fran Stagg, sec-
retary-treasurer. Not pictured is Suzie Thornton, librarian.
The Mixed Choir, the Girls' Glee Club, Boys, Chor
and A Cappella Choir join to form one big group
main performances. The entire group went to Int
scholastic League contest and placed first division
sight reading and second division in concert.
The Mixed Choir, composed of approximately six
six members went to the contest and competed as
separate unit as well. They joined the Girls' Glee Cl
in Christmas caroling.
Girls, Glee Club, composed of forty-five, rehearse
class time and join other groups at performances.
The Boys' Chorus has grown from fifteen membf
in I959 to include forty boys who do not meet at clz
time. They meet twice a Week in the early mornir
THE MIXED CHOIR
ational High School Honor Societ
Even the best of plans can go wrong at ini-
tiation, and Shelia Swicegood seems con-
vinced that Miss Anderson should take all
precautions against surprises. Needless to
say, however, the initiation came off with-
out a flaw.
Members of the National Honor Society represent
the elite in leadership, scholarship, service and
character. Selected by their teachers for the fore-
going qualities, 107 became NHS members shortly
before the close of school.
A major service project was obtaining 100 college
Officers of the local chapter
of NHS during the year in-
cluded Keilh Moore, presi-
dent, Phillip Fleckman, vice-
president, Miss Aliece An-
derson, sponsorg Peggy Cral-
ino, secretaryg Forrest Hop-
catalogs and making library cards for the collection
so that they might be checked out by inquiring
seniors. The library of catalogs was placed in the
educational guidance office. NHS membership is
a status symbol highly prized by all academically
ational Honor Society
Senior Class Members
Mary' Alice Teran
Marie Vickers V
JUNIOR MEMBERS STANDING: S. Haws, A. Goodyear, F. Forque, C. Chelette, E. Dimicilli, C. Beckom, D. Bar
J. Glass, J. Free, L. Cremillion, D. Auld, G. Chase, D. Bernaur, J. Hassinger, S. Dixon. SEATED: M. Coward, S. C01
L. Stephenson, S. Castro, L. Cartwright, L. Carter, S. Capps, J. Bussey, L. Brown, A. Boutte, V. Andrus, N. Dailey,
JUNIOR MEMBERS STANDING: J. Sharpless, T. Summerlin, D. Banks, L. Sharpless, S. Russell, P. Wilson, J. Traube,
D. Watts, J. Willoughby, E. Trevino, P. Rohideaux, E. Richey, B. Proft, B. Jackson, B. Hudson. SEATED: S. Wilkenson,
K. Whitlow, C. White, P. Stansbury, C. Snook, Cheryl Shanks, S. Schmidt, J. Ryan, D. Morgan, M. Reehurgh, S. Moritz,
D. Jones, J. Huber, S. Toliver.
JUNIOR MEMBERS STANDING: B: Powell, L. Plaia, C. Phillips, H. Peterson, L. Parker, E. Mosonia, T. Marks,
Mandell, B. Hill, P. Langley. SEATED: J. McBride, E. Morgan, E. McBride, C. Lively, R. Liebling, P. Malgrem, P. lV
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Good Citizens Make Good Grades
THE GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD, presented hy the
Daughters of the American Revolution, was won by .ludy
YOUNG TEXAN OF THE YEAR RUNNER-UP, Bill Chelette.
Seale, poses in front of the state capitol at Austin. His
essay entitled him to a 31,000 scholarship.
A 4.0 GRADE AVERAGE IS THE COMMON DENOMINATOR of these eight Seniors holding the top berth in their class.
They are: Claudia Wingate, Keith Moore, Sandra Denton, Meredith Kusch, Marion Turner, Gwen Henry, Rena Grossfield,
and Forrest Hopkins.
Musicians ain Recognition
MEMBERS OF THE 1963-1964 ALL REGION CHOIR ARE: BOTTOM ROW: Charlotte Rhodes, Carolyn Este Bill
Proft. MIDDLE ROW: Jim Miller, Janet Tansil, Sandra Denton, Gail Christie, Dwight Perry. TOP ROW Mike
Phillips, Gene Badgett, Tim Summerlin, Jack Steele, .Ieff Smith.
Ei - -
MAROON AND GOLD BAND MEM-
BERS CHOSEN to the All-Region Band
are: BOTTOM ROW: Linda Plaia
Linda Newsom, Barbara Tricliel, Dee
Lcqueux. MIDDLE ROW: Pat Piggot,
Carolyn Branch, Barbara Turnian, Lydia
Lequeux, David Mandel. TOP ROW:
Gene Badgett, David Neel, Ray Hinds.
ational Merit Commendation
FINALISTS IN THE National Merit Snholar lnp Pro rain 'ire Keith
Moore Dan Smith Meredith Kush Rena Grossfield Robert Smith
and Phil Fleclxman
AMONG THOSE COMMENDED for their scores on the National Merit tests are Forrest Hopkins,
Stephanie Fuselier shown with Mr. Colt and Rohert Terry, Joel Lzrnghoff, Justin Cznnhell, Herman
Bennet, Jack Holloday, and John Wcathington.
ROBERT SCHMIDT IS CO1
GRATULATED hy Mr. Clyf
Gott on his selection as a Nation
Merit Scholarship winner.
inners Take ll
OUD GRINS ARE displayed hy those boys receiving
tball scholarships. They are: Tommy Daniels, Norman
ves, Richard Taft, Buddy Ball, Errol Cuidry, Terry
.elle, and Walter Sorgee. Not pictured are Christopher
y and Charles Wilson.
JEANNINE FOX proudly poses with a telegram informing her she is
a recipient of a National Maritime Union Scholarship.
FORENSIC AND REPERTOIRE
honor winners are SITTING: Judy
Fletcher, Rohhi Laemmle, Mary-
heth Boyanton, and Maria Rutt.
STANDING are: Bob Thompson,
Theresa Marks, .Iustin Campbell,
Prissy Jordan, Gail Saunders, Bill
Hehinck, Roxie Roll, Bill Johnson,
Dora Scalco, Ellen Beauchamp, and
wards Represent Wide Variet
SCHOLARSHIP ART AWARD Winners shown are Robert
Joyce Darling, Steve Harris, and Karen Sue Gray.
OUTSTANDING GIRL DEBATERS, Prissy Jordan and
Theresa Marks, brought TI honor with their forensic
ound Principles Pa Dividends
MICAL AWARD WINNERS are Phillip Fleckman, shown with Mr.
Jones presenting the Texas Chemical Award, and ,lane Bussey, with
K. Hurwitz from Texaco, presenting the American Chemical Award.
N CLIFFE AND CLAUDIA WINGATE receive their Youth Citizenship
Ids presented hy FARM and RANCH hy Mr. Lonnie Devall.
THE THOMAS MCANN Company presented Forrest Hop
kins and Rena Grossfield with leadership awards.
pecial Assembl B '
Awards Assembly H
.IUNIORS SELECTED to participate in
the Summer Science Program are Susan
Dezelle, .lolln Baron, Dan Banks, Eman-
uel Dimiceli, Jerry Hebert, and Phyllis
ADDITIONAL PARTICIPANTS in summer study are Paul Protas, Kay Whitlow, David Watts,
Anthony Romero, Margaret Reehurg, Billy Proft, Vedon Otto, and Harold Magnus.
eholars to Public E e
1 Good Students
SOPHOMORE STUDENTS WHO ACHIEVED HIGHLY in the National Educational Development Test are shown with Mr
Clyde Gott. They each received certificates for their achievement.
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ahinet Must Provide Guidance
SERVING THEIR HOMEROOMS with enthusiasm are Cabmet members BOTTOM ROW Howard Blrkman Shirley
Graham, Stephanie Fuselier, Prissy Pullen Claude Parduc bECOND ROW Demetrius Loukas Candy Matlock Gay
Ellerbee, Mary Doering. THIRD ROW' Nancy Harman Ann Clalre Cotham Carol Skaff TOP ROW Blll Johnson
Buddy Ball, Al Provence.
REPRESENTING T H E I R HOME-
ROOMS in Cabinet this year are-
BOTTOM ROW: Christine Folsom,
Bette Pittman, .IO Ann De la Cruz,
Lance Lyday. SECOND ROW: Pat
Johnson, Jeanne Ann. Johnston, .Ioan
Miller, Janis Darville, Mary Beth Beau-
champ, Martha McCartney. TOP ROW:
Danny Richardson, Charles Wilson,
Keith Moore, Steve Carter, Donna Se-
eniors Must Lend Directlo
SENIOR CONGRESSMEN-FRONT ROW: Lynn Bordelon, Don Rozell, Marlene Jowell, Terry Rozelle Ann N
Manus. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Estes, Erma Brockschmidt, Linda Beall. BACK ROW: Craig Lithfleld Charl
Fo a Busy Congress
SERVING IN CONGRESS are-FRONT ROW: Herman Bennett, Dora Scalco, Karen Gray, Betsy Meeker, Edmond
Boutte. SECOND ROW: Liby Palmer, Pete Goldblum, Marion Turner. BACK ROW: Tommy Ryan, Justin Campbell.
Mary Beth Beauchamp
heir Last Year the Best
Seniors Grow Aeeustome
C. J. Bourg
GETTING T0 SCHOOL on time is especially rough on Monday.
the Weekl Schedule
Mary Alice Breaux
Linda Gayle Broussard
Linda Jane Broussard
Glen W. Brown
eet on Tuesda
BEFORE ENTERING THE halls, Linda Beevers, Norma
Storey, Gary Hester, Jesse Goodman, and Richard Fontenot
have their passes checked by Miss Bertha Hebert.
ednesday Is Used t
Carol Skaff directs business for Mr. Parker's seniors during long homeroom period.
E. B. Chatelain
ake Important Decisions
Ann Claire Cotham
Seniors Often Atten
Jo Ann De La Cruz
Martha De La Rosa
SENIORS AND HALF of the Junior class enter the auditorium for a Thursday program.
tssemhlies on Thursday
Edward de Steiguer
tudents Show Boosted pirit a
Joseph Egly E E
ep Rallies During Homecoming Week
ENJOY THE weekly pep rallies that Friday brings.
Football Team Fights Back
Richard F ontenot
egain District Championship
Most Active Year Brm
Christmas Sets th-
SHARON SHEFFIELD, RITA WINGFIELD, Bette Pittman, Dellphine Goodman, and Becky Wolf work on Christmas
trimmings for Home Decorations project.
ood for December
William A. Holmes
William D. Holmes
Marlene J owell
Otis Steve Johnson
J oe Kimball
Lethel Omera McConathy
Jo Ann Loiacano
Rose Ann Lona
Court for emo
J oe McFarland
ll ls Selected
Invitations and Gow
USING A LITTLE EXTRA effort, Toni Guerrero and .ludy Pierce
are able to measure Buddy Ball for his gown.
re rdered hy Seniors
Sue Ellen Minner
Sheryl Ann Mulkey
CECIL BAKER AND ANN CLAIRE COTHAM
Named 'Typical Texans'
just a few lessons E.
before squaring off.
AN AUTHENTIC TEXAS
BARBECUE climaxed a day
when Seniors Only wore
rings Western ear
Committee work is necessary in planning
class activities. Miss Vickers' Wranglers
created the best looking homeroom brands.
Each Senior homeroom is named Texas,
each one being designated separately by its
"HEY, WAIT A MINUTE, he's unarmed."
OH, BROTHER, THESE
borrowed boots are kill-
ports Events and Spring Feve
Barbara N unnelly
ake Studies Even Harder
Mary Louise Perales
hange of Pac
H. C. Powell
s Provided b
Johnnie Ruth Regan
Mary Ann Rethke
Jo Ann Ramsey
eniors View Coming T
leetions With Interest
J ack Rose
Gary San Angelo
23 Seniors Become New
onor Society Members
ME OF THE senior Honor Society Members pause for a few moments worth of conversation before the
Michael A. Smith
Michael F. Smith
Dan Smith I
James B. Smith
James W. Smith
Seniors Enjo a Tigk
and Best Yea
chedule as the Final
Paws to a Close
an Seniors Set Coll
Mary Alice Teran
SENIORS JACKY SPEARS, Tim Ryan, Trudy Wyble, Pat Flanagan, Betty Mallet, and Lyndon Wright discuss college plan
as they read college catalogues.
s Their ew Goal
TWENTY-SIX SENIORS are honored at Check Day breakfast
YOU GOT UP at 5:00 too, huh?"
J. A. Whitehead
Sandra W ukasch
MASTER OF CEREMONIES
This year,s Senior Ball with its modernisti
decorations and unique waltz indeed reflecte
the "Mood of ,64." The presentation of th
royal court followed by a program of ente
tainment was only the start of a magic nigh
for seniors and their dates.
The Senior Waltz this year was modern, as
ell as traditional: each couple performed in
'cspotlightv dance, and then all joined in the
raceful waltz to "Fascination"
After the hall itself, Seniors continued to a
ariety of after-prom parties, breakfasts, and
utings the following day. This was Senior
all night-the '5lVlood of '64.,,
JUDY MILLER, NANCY Richard, and Carol Skaff work on the unique decorations for the ball.
Mr. Roger Russell was in charge of decorations for this event, as well as for the constructlon of
IIIIIUCYOUS Slwlgfl S6lS.
ThteitgQSeQior Ball is
the mostifi f"' important
social event iiii ofthe
cial life. The court'
of the Senior Class
and its representatives
from Sophornore and
luniorp asses-ip are
elected by their
the most popular, the
hanclsomest, and the
THE COURT WAITS eagerly and anxiously for the march to begin.
llamoiur to ooial Event
CHARLOTTE RHODES DISPLAYS her singing talent before the royal court
DANCERS LINDA ANGELLE and Ronnie Abshire present a fast-moving ballet for the enjoyment
of the audience and the court.
T..l.'s Largest Graduating C
RECEIVING MERITORIOUS CITATION with Special Honors are: S. Fuselier, G. Henry, H. Howell, G. Badgett, C. Estes, M. Kusc
M. Doering, R. Grossfield, F. Hopkins, P. Fleckman, J. Scheifley, S. Denton, N. Schroeder, K. Moore, W. Seale, M. Turner, C. Wingal
K. Wolf. M. Castro and I. Creed are not shown. I
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RECEIVING MERITORIOUS CITATION are: B. Corley, C. Kettrick, M. Thornell, R. Lind, J. Fox, M. McGreevy,
E. Brockschmidt, D. Lequeux, G. Saunders, N. Harman, L. Lyday, D. Rozell, B. Thompson, T. Daniels, D.
Boriskie, D. Smith, W. Johnson, D. Cliffe, R. Schmidt. Not shown are: E. Beauchamp, T. Bordelon, S. Chamhless,
S. Clarkson, J. DeI.ee, E. Flynn, P. Cralino, J. Holladay, C. Jones, R. Orr, L. Ritchie, D. Scalco, S. Swicegood,
R. Taft, R. Terry.
CAROLYN ESTES AND For-
rest Hopkins are recipients
of the cherished Monticello
Guardian Awards. They were
chosen hy teachers and stu-
THESE GRADUATING SENIORS are not pictured in
dividually: Ann Cormier and Betty Mallet.
RECEIVING MERITORIOUS CITATIONS are: P. Johnson, P. Johnson, N. McNabb, B. Meeker, C. Skaff,
S. Arrington, P. Ponder, J. Pierce, M. Vickers, C. Folsom, M. Teran, S. Summerhill, D. Denbo, R. Mayes,
J. Smith, W. Stack, L. Wright, L. McMahen, E. McLeod, J. Campbell, M. Trahan, C. Tihhetts, A. Mulkey.
BARBARA ANN ABSHIRE
PAULA ANN ALLEN
ANN ANDREWS JCL 103 Honors 10, 11, 123 Heralds ll, 123
Homeroom Sec. 113 Gold Convention 10, 11, 123 ANNUAL
DONALD ANGLIN DE 12
ANGELO LOUIS ANSELMO Future Doctors of America 10,
11, 12, Sec. 123 Homeroom Parliamentarian 10, ll, Treasurer
123 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 12
JERIS' LEE ARDOIN Boys' Bowling Club 103 Gold Conven-
MARY ARENAS GRA 10, 113 Repertoire Players 10, ll, 123
Maroon Convention 10, 11, 12
MICHAEL JOSEPH ARIS-CO JCL 10, 113 Band 103 Home-
room Sec. 123 Maroon Convention 113 Perfect Attendance 11
BEVERLY ARMSTRONG Gold Convention 10, 11
DIANE ARNAUD FTA 123 GRA 10, 11, 123 JCL 113 Home-
room Lt. Gov. 11, Treas. 123 Maroon Convention 10, 113
SUSAN KAY ARRINGTON French Club 11, 123 Future
Doctors 103 GRA 10, 113 JCL 10, 113 Jr. Red Cross 11, Sec.
113 Hussars 10, 11, 12, Uniform Quartermaster 11, Majorette
123 National Honor Society 11, 123 Homeroom Gov. 10, Sec.
11, Lt. Gov. 123 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 123 Honors 10,
11, 123 PILOT Staff 123 Recording Sec. for Maroon Convention
123 Meritorious Citation3 Optomist Clubwoman, March
BOBBY WAYNE ATCHLEY DE 123 Slide Rule 103 Home-
room Gov. 10, Treasurer 113 Maroon Convention 10, 113 Honors
10, 11, 12
MAX ANDREW BABIN DE 11, 12
EVERETT EUGENE BADGETT French Club 10, 113 A Cap-
pella 123 All Region Choir 12g Band 10, 11, 12, Student Director
123 All State Orchestra llt All Region Band 11, 123 Heralds
11, 122 Jeffersonians 10, 11, 123 National Honor Society 11, 123
Maroon delegate 10, 11, 123 Band Honor Award 10, 11, 123
High Honors 10, 11, 123 Outstanding Band Member 12, Special
NANCY CAROL BAILEY DE 12, Corr. Sec. 123 Future Law-
yers 11, 12, Sec. 123 GRA 10, 113 JCL 10, 113 Homeroom Treas-
urer 123 Maroon Delegate 10, 11, 12
CECIL BAKER Jr. Red Cross 103 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 123
Gold Convention 12g PILOT Staff 12
BUDDY BALL Court 12, Prince Homeroom Lt. Gov. 10, Gov.
11, 123 Sr. Class Vice Pres.3 Gold Convention 10, 11, 125 Letter
in Football 11, 12Q All-dist. offence end 123 Gentlemen in
Nurses 10, 11, 123 Slide Rule 10: Gold Convention 10, 113
Honors 10, 11, 12
Homeroom Sec. 10, Treasurer 123 Maroon Convention 10, 11
CAROLYN BARNETTE Camera Club 12, Sec.3 GRA 10, 11,
123 Maroon Convention 113 Letter Girl 11, 12, Vice Pres. 12
HAROLD BARNETTE Homeroom Lt. Gov. 103 Maroon Con-
vention l0, 11, 123 Honors 10, 11, 123 PILOT Staff 123 Perfect
LINDA NELL BEALL FBLA 123 Hussars 11, 123 Homeroom
Treas. 11, Congressman 123 Maroon Convention 103 Gold Con-
vention 113 Honors 123 Perfect Attendance 10
THELMA DEE BEALL GRA 10, 123 Cabinet 10, Parliamen-
tarian 103 Gold Convention 103 PILOT Staff 11, Business Man-
ager 123 Maroon Convention 12
ELLEN JANE BEAUCHAMP Creative Writing Society 123
French Club 113 Forensic Society 11, 123 GRA 10, 11, 125
Repertoire Players 10, 11, 12, Lettered 11, Sec. 123 Jr.-Sr. Play
11, 123 Texas Day Play 123 Slide Rule 103 National Honor
Society 11, 123 Gold Convention 10, 113 Perfect Attendance 103
Honors 10, 11, 123 Repertoire Sweetheart 123 Meritorious Citation
MARY BETH BEAUCHAMP DE 113 French Club 10, 11, 12,
Sec. 113 GRA 103 Congress 10, 113 Cabinet 123 Maroon Conven-
tion 10, 11, 123 DE Beauty 113 Honors 10, 11, 123 National
Honor Society 12
LINDA BEETLE Jr. Red Cross 113 A Cappella 11, 12, Re-
porter 113 Mixed Chorus 103 PILOT Staff 11, 12, Assistant Editor
123 PILOT Sweetheart 123 Gold Convention 123 A Cappella
11, Lettered ll, 12
Creative Writing Society 11, 123 Future
GRA 10, 11, 123 Pan Am Club 10, 11, 123
LINDA BEEVERS GRA 103 Gold Convention 11, 12
VICTORIA BELZ FBLA 11, 12, Treasurer 123 GRA 10
Homeroom Treasurer 113 Maroon Convention 10, 11
JACKIE BENFIELD GRA 10, 11, 12, Lettered 11, Sec.-Treas
123 JCL ll, 123 Jr.-Sr. Play 123 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 12
HERMAN BENNETT Adv. Science Club 10, ll, 123 Future
Doctors of America 113 JCL 10, 11, 123 Jr. Red Cross 11, 12
Slide Rule 10, 113 Heralds 123 Congress 103 Homeroom Lt
Gov. 113 Maroon Convention 103 Gold Convention 113 Nationa
Merit Scholarship 123 Honors 10, 11, 12
JEANETTE LOIS BERGERON Art Club 12, Sec.-Treas. 124
Camera Club 123 Creative Writing Society 123 FBLA 123 Future
Nurses 123 GRA 10, 11, 12, Lettered 123 Jr. Red Cross 10, 11
Repertoire 10, 11, 123 Tennis Club 123 Homeroom Treas. 10
Gov. 11, Lt. Gov. 123 Maroon Convention 10, 113 PILOT Staf
123 Jr.-Sr. Play 12, Make-up
ARTHUR BERRY French Club ll, 123 Jr. Red Cross 10, 1
123 Projector's Club 103 Heralds ll, 123 Gold Convention 1
123 Perfect Attendance 10
SHARON BEST Future Nurses 123 GRA 10, 11, 123 Golf
Convention 11, 12
HOWARD ROGER BIRKMAN Homeroom Lt. Gov. 10, 11
Cabinet member 123 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 12
ROBERT BLACK DE 123 JCL 103 Glee Club 113 Honors 11
SHIRLEY BLACKWELL FBLA 123 Maroon Convention 1C
113 Honors 10, 113 Perfect Attendance 10, 11
NANCY BLAKLEY Princess 123 Maroon Convention 123 Mis
Irresistible 113 Recording Sec. Maroon Party 12
SUSAN ANN BLANCHETTE GRA 10, 11, 123 Maroon Con
BEVERLY ANN BLANCHARD DE 11, 123 GRA 103 Jr. Ret
Cross 103 Pan Am Club 103 Maroon Convention 103 DE Beautj
Queen 123 Honors 123 Outstanding DE Student 12
SUE BLANTON Hussars 11, 123 Homeroom Treasurer 10
11, 123 Maroon Convention 10, 11
LYNN BOND French Club 123 Forensic Society 11, 123 Jei
ferson Union of German Students 11, Vice-Pres. 113 Repertoir
10, 11, 12, Historian 11, President 123 Interscholastic Leagu
1-act Play Contest 11, All-Star Cast 113 Heralds 123 Cabine
member 113 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 123 Honors 10, 11
Senior Waltz 12
DAVID BRADLEY BONHAM Gold Convention 10, 11, 12
Football 10, 11, 12, Lettered 123 Track 10, 11, 12, Lettered 1C
11, 123 Regional track meet 10, 113 Senior Waltz 12
RANDY JOSEPH BONNETTE Jr. Red Cross 123 Pan Ar
Club 103 Gold Convention 113 Honors 10, 123 Perfect Attend
ance 10 '
LAWRENCE BONURA Gold Convention 113 Honors 103 Pei
fect attendance 10, 11
LYNN BORDELON JCL 10, 113 Heralds 12: Homeroom Treai
urer 10, Sec. ll, Congress 123 Gold Convention 10, 113 Honor
10, 113 ANNUAL Staff 123 National Honor Society 123 Meri
DON BORISKIE Pan Arn Club 103 Slide Rule 113 Nationa
Honor Society 11, 123 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 123 Maroon Conventioq
10, 113 High Honors 10, 113 Honors 123 Meritorious Citation
RONALD RAY BOST Texan 123 Senior Waltz 12
LINDA BOTTOMS GRA 103 JCL 11, 123 Jr. Red Cross 11
A Cappella 123 Girls' Glee Club 10, 113 Hussars 10, 11, 12
FTA 103 Honors 113 Perfect Attendance 11
C. P. BOURG DE 11, 12
ROCHELLE ANN BOURQUE French Club 11, 123 GRA 14
11, 123 Hussars 11, 123 FTA 10, 11, 12g Devotional Leader 11
Homeroom Lt. Gov. 113 Gold Convention 10, 11g Perfect Attenc
ance 10, 11
EDMOND GUY BOUTTE French Club 113 Future Doctor
113 Texans 123 Congress 12g Gold Convention 10, 11, 123 Honor
10, 113 Football 103 Baseball 10, 11, 123 Perfect Attendant
103 Duke 10, Grand Duke 123 Jr. Lion 1963
ZELLA MAE BOY D
SONDRA ANN BRADFORD Advanced Science- 103 Creatix
Writing Society 113 Future Doctors 103 JCL 103 Glee Clu
10, 113 A Cappella 123 Maroon Convention 10, 123 Gold C01
vention 113 Scholastic Achievement Award 103 PILOT 12
CAROLYN SUE BRANCH FBLA 123 Heralds 11, 123 Ban
10, 11, 12, Majorette 11, 12, All-State Band 10, All-Region Ban
10, 11, 123 Maroon Convention 103 Gold Convention 11
NDY BRAUNINGER French Club 113 Ski Club 103 Gold
HRISTOPHER DAVIS BRAY French Club 10, 113 A Cap-
ella 10, 11, 12, Choir Beau 113 Heralds 11, 123 National Honor
ociety 11, 123 Congress 10, 113 Student Body Pres. 123 Outstand-
g Congress 102 Maroon Convention 103 Duke 103 Oklahoma
13 Honors 10, 11, 123 Football 10, 11, 12, All District 11, 12,
aptain 12, Most Valuable lineman 12, Best offensive lineman
2, Honorable Mention-High School All American 123 Baseball
23 Texas Day Play 11
ARY ALICE-BREAUX Future Nurses 103 GRA 10, 11, 12,
ettered 12? Pan American Club 10? Girls' Glee Club 103
aroon Convention 10, 11, 12g Honors 10, 11
RMA BROCKSCHMIDT JCL 11, 12, Senate 113 A Cappella
2, Lettered 123 Mixed Choir 10, llg National Honor Society
1, 123 Cabinet Member 113 Congressman 123 Gold Convention
0, 123 Honors 103 Meritorious Citation
ERRY THOMAS BROUSSARD Slide Rule 11g Boys, Bowling
lub 103 Gold Convention 10, 113 Perfect Attendance 10, 11
INDA GAYLE BROUSSARD GRA 10, 113 Maroon Conven-
INDA JANE BROUSSARD Future Nurses 10, 11, 123 Vice-
res. 12g Jr. Red Cross 11, 12, Program Chairman 12, President
2g Maroon Convention 10, 11, 12
ODNEY BROUSSARD Homeroom Treasurer 10, 11, 12
HARON ANN BROUSSARD FBLA 123 Gold Convention
ERNIE BROWN Jefferson Union of German Students 11, 123
ennis Team 10, 11, 12g Senior Waltz 12
ERTHA BROWN DE 12, Sec. 123 Gold Convention 11, 12
. W. BROWN
OY TINA BROWN FBLA 10, 113 GRA 103 Gold Convention
O, 121 Maroon Convention 11
IKE BRUNEY JCL 113 Homeroom Treasurer 10, 11, Par-
iamentarian 123 Gold Convention 10, 11, 123 Honors 10, 11, 123
ootball 10, 11
ARGARETHA LORRAINE BULLOCK FBLA 10, 11, 123
RA 10, 11, 12
LIFFORD LEE BURKE
CHEL GAY BURRIS Creative Writing Society 103 Future
urses 123 GRA 10, 11, 123 Jr. Red Cross 10, 113 Girls' Glee
lub 123 Homeroom Treasurer 103 Maroon Convention 10, 113
onors 10, 123 Tennis Club 12, Lettered 11, 12
ARILYN RUTH BUVINGHAUSEN FBLA 123 GRA 103
erfect Attendance 10, 113 Gold Convention 12
OBBY DALE CAMPBELL
JUSTIN MARVIN CAMPBELL Forensic Society 10, 11, 12,
fPres. 123 JCL 10, 113 Repertoire Players 10, 113 Heralds 11,
123 Golf team 10, 11, 123 National Honor Society 11, 12S Jr.-Sr.
Play 123 High Honors 10, 11, 123 Congress 10, 11, 123 Meritorious
'GEORGE RAYMOND CANADA DE 11, 123 Gold Convention
10, 11, 123 Honors 103 Football 10
JKATHY CANTRELL French Club 10, 11
BELINDA ANN CAPPADONNA Art Club 10, 113 DE 12,
Treasurerg Future Lawyers 12? Future Nurses 103 Pam Am
-fClub 102 Maroon Convention 10, 123 Spanish Club 10
CAROLYN ANN CAPPADONA FBLA 103 Future Nurses 11,
12, Sec. 123 GRA 10, 11, 123 Homeroom Sec. 103 Maroon Con-
vention 10, 11
GEORGE CAPPEL DE 123 French Club 113 Maroon Conven-
tion 10, 11
JAMES STEPHEN CARTER JCL 10, 113 Slide Rule 103
Heralds 123 National Honor Society 11, 123 Texans 123 Home-
room Gov. 12g Jr. Class Pres. 113 Maroon Convention 103 Boys'
State 11? Honors 10, 113 Track 113 Perfect Attendance 10
WANDA FAYE CASTILLE FBLA 123 GRA 10, 11, 12
MARGUERITE CASTRO Jefferson Union of German Students
12, Sec. 12g Band 10, 11, 12, Sec. 123 National Honor Society
11, 123 FTA 10, 11, 12, Treas. 10, Veep. ll, Pres. 123 Homeroom
Treasurer 10, Sec. 113 Gold Convention 10, 113 Special Meritorious
RENE CASTRO Cabinet 10, 113 Gold Convention 10, 11
MILTON LAMBERT CECALEK JCL 113 Maroon Conven-
SUE CHAMBLESS FBLA 11, 12, Sec. 123 Heralds 11, 123
National Honor Society 11, 123 Cabinet 103 Homeroom Sec.
11, 123 Gold Convention 10, 123 Maroon Convention 11: Honors
103 High Honors 113 Meritorious Citation
MARGO ANN CHATAGNIER Jefferson Union of German
Students 11, 12, Vice Chancellor 123 Jr. Red Cross 103 Home-
room Lt. Gov. 11, Treasurer 123 Gold Convention 10, 11, 12
SKIPPY CHATELAIN DE 11, 12, Pres. 12 '
JUDY CHELETTE Advanced Science Club 10, Veep TOQ GRA
10, 113 Pan Am Club 10, Reporter 103 Jeffersonian Vocalist '11,
123 Girls' Glee Club Veep TOQ Letter Girls Reporter 11, 123
National Honor Society 11, 123 Heralds 11, 123 Bowling Club
103 Class Posture Queen 103 Hussars 11, 12, Pres. 123 A Cap-
pella Choir 11, 123 Congress 103 Homeroom Veep 11, Treasurer
123 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 123 Basketball Sweetheart 123
Football Sweetheart 123 DAR Award 123 Honors 123 Perfect
GARY WAYNE CHRISTIE
JAMES CLANAN Maroon Convention 10, 113 Honors 11, 12
MARY CLARK FBLA 103 GRA 10, 123 Hussars 11, 12, Mixed
Choir 103 Gold Convention 113 Senior Waltz 12
SUSIE ANN CLARKSON GRA 10, 11, 123 Hussars 11, 123
Heralds 11, 123 Homeroom Gov. 10, 113 Gold Convention 10,
113 High Honors 113 Honors 10, 123 Meritorious Citation
DAN CLIFFE Advanced Science Club 10, 11, 123 Creative
Writing 113 Future Doctors of America 11, 123 Jefferson Union
of German Students 123 JCL 10, 113 Slide Rule 103 Band 10,
113 Heralds 123 National Honor Society 11, 123 Congress 113
Student Body Veep 123 Gold Convention 10, 11, 123 NEDT
Award 10, 113 High Honors 103 Honors 113 Perfect Attendance
103 Citizen of Month3 Meritorious Citation
TOMMY CLIFTON COCHRAN Slide Rule 113 Texans 123
Congress 113 Homeroom Treas. 10, Gov. 123 Maroon Convention
10, 11, 123 Honors 10, 113 ski Club 11
MARY COLLAZO Advanced Science 123 GRA 10, 113 Pan
Am Club -10, 11, 123 Maroon Convention 11
SAM COLLETTI Future Doctors of America 123 Pan American
Club 10, 113 Slide Rule 113 Gold Convention 103 Maroon Con-
vention 123 Honors 10, 11
BILL COMSTOCK DE 123 JCL 10, 113 Ski Club 10, 113
Maroon Convention 10, 11
JANICE KAY COOK French Club 10, 11, 123 FBLA 123
GRA 10, 11, 123 Jr. Red Cross 12
BARBARA ANN CORLEY GRA 10, 113 A Cappella 11, 12,
Librarian 123 Mixed Chorus 10, Vice-Pres. 103 Homeroom Sec.
10, 12, Treasurer 10, Cabinet 113 Gold Convention 10, 113 Honors
10, 11, 123 Meritorious Citation
ANN CLAIRE COTHAM French Club 10, 11, Veep llg Foren-
sic Club 123 Future Doctors of America 11, 123 GRA 10, 11, 12g
All Star Baseball and Basketball Band 103 Heralds 11, 123 T. J.
Debate Team 123 Cabinet 10, 12, Treasurer 113 Gold Convention
103 Maroon Convention 11, 123 Honors 10, 12g ANNUAL Staff
123 Miss Typical Texan 12
ROBERT MERLE COWLING Slide Rule 113 Band 10, 11,
12, Jeffersonians 11, 12
ERNEST WILLIAM COX Perfect Attendance 11
JAMES BENNETT CREED Advanced Science Club 10, 11,
12, Veep 113 Creative Writing Society 113 JCL 10, 11, 123 Slide
Rule 10, 113 Band 10, 11, 123 National Honor Society 11, 123
Jeffersonians 10, 11, 122 Organist 12, Senior Waltz 123 Special
STEPHANIE CROSS GRA 103 Gold Convention 11
BEVERLY CROWDER Future Nurses 103 'JCL 113 Jr. Red
Cross 103 DE 12g DE Sweetheart 12
ROBERT D'ABADIE Slide Rule 10, 113 Maroon Convention 10
WILLIAM DAK JCL 113 Repertoire Players 10, 113 Cabinet
103 Jr. Red Cross 123 Gold Convention 10: Football 10, 11
TOMMY DANIELS Advanced Science Club 10, 11, 12g French
Club 103 Slide Rule 113 National Honor Society 11, 123 Congress
10, Cabinet 113 Maroon Convention 103 Duke 103 Honors 103
High Honors 113 Football 10, 11, 12, Lettered 10, 11, 12, All-
District ll, 123 Senior Waltz 123 Meritorious Citation
JOYCE DARLING Art Club 129 GRA 10, 11, 129 JCL 10,
11, 129 Jr. Red Cross 119 Slide Rule 12g Heralds 11, 12, Sec.
112 Hussars 11, 129 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 129 Honors 11
JANIS GAIL DARVILLE GRA 109 Hussars 11, 12, Bugle
Sergeant 129 Cabinet 12g Homeroom Secretary 10g Maroon Con-
vention 10, 11? Honors 10, 11, 12
BRUCE DAVIS Gold Convention 109 ANNUAL Staff 129 French
Club 11, Projectoris Club 10? FBLA 10
DENIS SAMUEL DECUIR Gold Convention 12
JO ANN DE LA CRUZ FBLA 122 GRA 10, 11, 12g Pan Ani
Club 10, 11, 12, Pres. 12g Girls' Glee Club 119 Heralds 129
Cabinet 10, 12g Homeroom Secretary 119 PILOT Rep. 119
Maroon Convention 10, 119 Honors 11
BUDDY DELANEY Advanced Science Club 129 Slide Rule Club
119 Heralds 123 Homeroom Gov. 10, Lt. Gov. 119 Gold Conven-
tion 10, 11, 129 Honors 10, 11, 12
MARTHA DE LA ROSA French Club 11? Future Nurses 10,
11, 12g GRA 109 Pan Am Club 12g Maroon Convention 119
Honors 11, 12
JESSE DELEE Advanced Science 109 JCL 10, 11, 129 Pro-
jector's Club 129 Slide Rule 10, 11, 129 National Honor Society
129 Congress 10, 119 Gold Convention 10, 11, 129 High Honors
10, 11, 129 Football 10, 11, 12, Lettered 129 Basketball 10, 11,
12g Perfect Attendance 10, ll, 12, American Chemical Award 119
DEANA ALINE DENBO Maroon Convention 10, 11, 129 French
Club 11, 129 GRA 10, 11, 129 A Cappella 11, 129 Girls' Glee
Club 109 Heralds 11, 12? Hussars 11, 129 FTA 10, 11, 129
Honors 10, 11, 129 ANNUAL Staff 129 Meritorious Citation
DAN MICHAEL DENNIS JCL 10, 119 A Cappella 129 Gold
Convention 109 Maroon Convention 11, 12? Honors
LUCILLE MARIE DENT
SANDRA GENE DENTON GRA 10, 11, 129 JCL 10, 11, 12g
Slide Rule 109 A Cappella 11, 129 National Honor Society 11,
129 Homeroom Treasurer 109 Maroon Convention 109 All Region
Choir 129 High Honors 10, 11, 129 Special Meritorious Honors
EDWARD DESTEIGUER Advanced Science Club 119 Slide
Rule 119 Congress 109 Homeroom Gov. 11, Lt. Gov. 129 Honors
109 Football 109 Jr. Lion Rep. 109 Maroon Convention 109 Gold
Convention 11, 12
CHARLES JAMES DEUTSCH Slide Rule 12? Maroon Con-
vention l0, 119 Honors 10
PAUL JOSEPH DEUTSCH Slide Rule 11, 129 Maroon Con-
vention 10, 11, 122 Honors 10, 11, 129 Perfect Attendance 10, 11
BECKY ANN DEVILLIER Future Nurses 10, 11, 12, Out-
standing Member ll, Pres. 129 GRA 10, 11, 12, Lettered 119
JCL 10, 119 Repertoire 10, 119 Homeroom Sec. 10, Congress 11,
Governor 129 Gold Convention 10, 11, 12
LYNELLE MARIE DEVILLIER
SANDRA ANN DIONNE GRA 10, 11, 129 Pan Am Club 10,
11, 129 Homeroom Treas. 129 Maroon Convention 109 Gold Con-
vention l19 Lion Sweetheart 12
MARY ELIZABETH DOERING FTA 10, 11, 12, Merited
Member 11, 12, Vice-Pres. 12, District Convention Delegate 12,
State Convention Delegate 129 GRA 10, 11, 129 Pan Am Club
109 Band 10, 11, 12, Colorguard 11, Head Colorguard 12, His-
torian 12, Band Sweetheart 129 Heralds 11, 12? National Honor
Society 11, 129 Number Sense 10, 119 Congress 109 Cabinet 129
Gold Convention 109 Maroon Convention 119 High Honors 10,
119 Perfect Attendance 119 Special Meritorious Honors
DONNA LEE DOMASCHK GRA 10, 11, 129 Mixed Chorus 11,
129 Gold Convention 10
KENNETH JOSEPH DOMINGUE Maroon Convention 10, 129
Baseball 11, 12, Lettered 11, 12
STEVE DONALDSON Slide Rule 129 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 129
Maroon Convention 11, 12
LINDA CAROL DOWNS French Club 129 FBLA 119 Tennis
Club 129 Gold Convention 11, 129 ANNUAL Staff 11
SHIRLEY DOYLE French Club 119 Future Nurses 129 GRA
10, 11, 129 A Cappella Choir 11, 12Q Gold Convention 12
CHERYL LEE DRODDY FBLA 129 Future Nurses 10, 11,
Treas. 119 GRA 10, 11, 129 Jr. Red Cross 119 Gold Convention
10, 119 Honors 12
REGENIA JO DRODDY FBLA 10, 11, 12, Historian 129 GRA
10, 11, 12Q JCL 11, 12, Excelsior Staff 11: Hussars 11, 12,
Historian 119 Girls' Bowling Club 109 Gold Convention 109
JAMES RAY DUBOIS
DONNIE LEE DUNK
GERALD WESLEY DUNKLIN Gold Convention 11, 12
JODIE MILTON EASLEY Projector's Club 11, 12g Slide Ru
119 A Cappella 109 Mixed Chorus 129 Perfect Attendance 12
Maroon Convention 12
JESEPH EGLY Maroon Convention 12
GAY ELLERBEE French Club 119 GRA 10, 119 Hussars 1
129 Homeroom Gov. 10, 119 Cabinet 125 Sophomore Secretary
Rep. at Large of Student Body 12g Gold Convention 10, 11
Soph. Duchess9 Perfect Attendance 109 Grand Duchess to Senio
TEX ELLIOTT Jr. Red Cross 119 Cabinet 109 Homeroom Go
11, 129 Honors 109 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 129 Footba
KAREN JEAN EMERY FBLA 129 Homeroom Treasurer 1
DINAH EPPLER GRA 109 Pan American Club 11, 129 PILO
Staff 12, Maroon Convention 10, 11, 12
CAROLYN ESTES GRA 10, 11, 12, Lettered 12, Parliamenta
ian 129 Repertoire 109 Slide Rule 119 A Cappella 11, 12, Girl
Sextet 12, All Region Choir 11, 12, All State Choir 129 "Okl
homa" Cast 129 Heralds 11, 12, Sec. 129 Hussars 11, 12, Vee
129 National Honor Society 11, 12g FTA 10, 11, 12, 2nd Veep 1
12, Merited Member 10, 11, Miss FTA 10, State Delegate 10
Homeroom Gov. 109 Congress 12, Corr. Sec. of Congress 121
Gold Convention 119 Girls' State Alternate 129 High Honors 1
119 Special Meritorious Honors
CARLOS ESTRADA Baseball 11, 12, Lettered 11, 12
RONALD EXLEY Jr. Red Cross 10, 11? Pan Am Club 113
11, Chaplain 11, State Convention 109 Slide Rule 10, 119 Maroo
Convention 10, 11, 129 Baseball Manager 12
KENT FALGOUT DE 129 Ski Club 10
LARRY FERGUSSON Future Doctors 129 Cabinet 119 Maroor
Convention 10, 11, 12 ,
JIM FISHER French Club 129 Jefferson Union of Germar
Students 119 Pan Am Club 109 Ski Club 10, 119 Maroon Con
vention 109 Honors 10, 11
PAT FLANAGAN FBLA 11, 12, Pres. 12, Attended State Con
vention 11g GRA 10, 119 Jr. Red Cross 10, 11, 129 Hussars 11
129 Gold Convention 10, 119 Honors 129 ANNUAL Staff 11, 12
Associate Editor-in-chief 12, Assist. Editor of Jr. Section 11
DOUGLAS FLECKMAN Jefferson Union of German Student
11, 129 Jr. Red Cross 10, 129 Slide Rule 10, 119 Gold Conventiori
10, 11, 12g Golf 10, 11, 12
PHIL FLECKMAN Jefferson Union of German Students 11.
Chancellor 119 JCL 10, 11, Lictor 119 Slide Rule 10, 119
Cappella 11, 129 Heralds 11, 12, Vice-Pres. 12g National Hono
Society 11, 129 Texans 129 Cabinet 10, 119 Maroon Exec. Comml
109 Maroon Convention 11, 129 High Honors 10, 119 National
Merit Semi-Finalist 129 National Merit Finalist 12: Tennis 11,
129 Special Meritorious Honors ,
MARY ELEANOR FLOWERS Hussars 11, 129 Homeroom Lt.
Gov. 109 Gold Convention 11
SUSAN EDWINA FLOYD French Club 129 GRA 10, 11, 129
Repertoire Players 10, 11, 12g Heralds 12g Homeroom Sec. 11:
Cabinet 109 Gold Convention 109 Maroon Convention 11
ELIZABETH ANN FLYNN French Club 10, 11, 12, Treasf
11, Vice-Pres. 129 French National Honor Society 11, 129 GR
109 Heralds 11, 129 Hussars 11, 12, Chaplain 119 National Hong,
Society 11, 129 FTA 10, 11, 12, Sec. 11, Merited Member 10
ll, 12, Devotional Leader 12, Convention Delegate 109 Homeroo
Lt. Gov. 10, 119 Jr. Class Secretary 119 All-School Sec. 129 Gol
Convention 10, 11, Gold Exec. Committee 129 Citizen of Month
129 Jr. Clubwoman 12: Duchess 119 Princess 129 Honors 10, 119
KATHY FOLLETT Gold Convention 10, 119 Homeroom Treas.
1219 lfiirls' Glee Club 10, 119 A Cappella 12, Lettered 129 Honors
CHRISTENE FOLSOM FTA 10, Historian 109 GRA 109 JCL
109 Heralds 119 Hussars 11, 12, Asst. Instrument Quartermaster
119 Cabinet 129 Homeroom Sec.-Treas. 11, Gov. 129 Maroon Con-
vention 10, 119 Honors 109 High Honors 119 Meritorious Citation
ICHARD WAYNE FONTENOT Camera Club 115 French
lub 115 Projector's Club 105 Gold Convention 115 Maroon Con-
ention 125 Perfect Attendance 10
LOYD JAMES FORREST
OHN FOSTER Pan Am Club 115 Boys' Bowling Club 11
EANNINE EVE FOX French Club 11, 125 Future Doctors
25 Slide Rule 115 National Honor Society 11, 125 Maroon
onvention 1l, 125 High Honors 10, 115 National Maritime Union
cholarship 125 Meritorious Citation
UDY FRANKLIN Gold Convention 105 Maroon Convention
1, 125 GRA 10, 11, 12, Pres. 125 Congress 105 ANNUAL Staff
2, Editor of Girls' Sportsg Letter Girls 12, Pres. 125 Senior
USAN FRANKLIN Future Teachers 105 Hussars 11, 125
owling Club 10, 11, Sec.-Treas. 115 National Honor Society 105
omeroom Gov. 105 Maroon Convention 10, 11
TEPHANIE FUSELIER French Club 125 GRA 10, 11, 125 Pan
m Club 105 Heralds 125 Hussars 11, 12, Treas. 125 National
onor Society 11, 125 FTA 10, 11, 12, Veep 12, Merited Member
1, 125 Homeroom Sec. 105 Cabinet 11, 125 Gold Convention 10,
1, 125 High Honors 10, 11, 125 ANNUAL Staff 11, 12, Jr. Editor
1, Editor-in-chief 125 Citizen of the month 125 Lion Sweetheart
25 National Merit Scholarship Commended Student 125 Third
lace State DAV Essay Writing Contest 125 Special Meritorious
ICHARD GARDNER FBLA 12
ELAND WAYNE GASPARD DE 12, Treas. 125 JCL 11, 12,
uastor 105 Slide Rule 105 Gold Convention 10, 115 Ski Club
15 Congress 105 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 115 Honors 105 Senior
OB GIBBONS Future Lawyers 125 JCL 105 Gold Convention
05 Slide Rule 105 Maroon Convention 11, 125 Band 11, 125
onors 115 Perfect Attendance 11
'LYS GILLMAN FBLA 105 Future Nurses 105 GRA 10, 11,
25 Ski Club 105 Cabinet 10, 115 Homeroom Sec. 125 Alt. Con-
ress 115 Gold Convention 11, 125 Honors 10, 115 Senior Waltz 12
EORGE DARRELL GIRARD Honors 125 PILOT 12, Circu-
ation Manager 12
THEL ANN GIROSKI FTA 125 GRA 105 Pan Am Club 11
RED GLORIA Jr. Red Cross 10, 115 Pan Am Club 12
OY LYNN GODKIN Pianist Girls' Glee Club 105 Mixed
horus 11, 12, Pianist, Pres.5 Perfect Attendance 12
ICHAEL GOF F
ETER GOLDBLUM JCL 11, 125 Heralds 11, 125 Texans 125
Congress 10, 11, 125 Gold Convention 10, 11, 12, Exec. Comm.
H15 Parliamentarian of Gold Party 115 Honors 10
ORA MARCELYN GOOCH FTA 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 125
JCL 11, 125 Homeroom Secretary 125 Maroon Convention 10,
115 Honors 10, 11
NANCY GOOD Art Club 125 French Club 10, 115 Future
urses 125 GRA 10, 115 Repertoire Players 115 Homeroom Treas-
lurer 115 Maroon Convention 11
EELLPHINE GOODMAN Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Maroon
JESSE GOODMAN Gold Convention 115 Perfect Attendance 11
MARSHA LYNN GOUTHIER GRA 105 Gold Convention 115
Perfect Attendance 10, 11
ETE GRAFFAGNINO Mixed Chorus 12
RENDA SUE GRAHAM Future Nurses 10, 11, Outstanding
Nurse 105 Gold Convention 10, 11
SHIRLEY ANN GRAHAM Band 10, 11, 12, Sweetheart 12,
Color Guard 11, 12, Treasurer 125 FTA 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 12,
Merited Member 10, 115 GRA 10, 11, 125 Homeroom Treasurer
10, 115 Cabinet Member 125 Gold Convention 10, 11, 125 Honors
PEGGY ANN GRALINO French Club 10, 11, President 115
FTA 10, 11, 12, President 12, Secretary 10, Vice-President 115
Band 10, 11, 12, Assistant and Drummajorg Heralds 11, 12, Treas-
urer 125 National Honor Society 11, 12, Secretary 125 Congress
10, '115 High Honors 10, 115 Honors 125 Maroon Convention 10,
115 Senior Court 10, 125 Outstanding Congressman 105 GRA 10,
ll, 125 Perfect Attendance 105 Meritorious Citation
KAREN SUE GRAY Creative Writing Society 115 French Club
10, 11, 125 Heralds 11, 125 FTA 105 Homeroom Gov. 10, Lt. Gov.
115 Congress 125 Gold Convention 10, 11, 125 Honors 10, 11, 125
Perfect Attendance 10
CLARK GREEN JCL 11, 125 Maroon Convention 10, 115
Homeroom Treasurer 11
MARGARET GREEN French Club 105 Drama Club 115 Inter-
national Club Il
WARNER RUSSELL GREEN Pan Am Club 115 Gold Conven-
tion 10, 11
FRANCES ANNE GRIFFITH French Club 105 JCL 125 AN-
NUAL Staff 11, 12 I
RENA GROSSFIELD French Club 125 Forensic Society 115
GRA 105 Pan Am Club 105 Slide Rule Club 105 Heralds 11, 125
Hussars 11, 125 National Honor Society 11, 125 Advanced Science
Club 105 Cabinet Member 105 Homeroom Secretary 105 Maroon
Convention 10, 11, 125 Local and State VFW Essay Contest
Winner 115 Local 125 High Honors 10, 115 National Merit Semi-
Finalist 125 National Merit Finalist 125 ANNUAL Staff 12, Faculty
Editor 125 Ready Writers 125 Special Meritorious Honor
TONI GUERRERO GRA 105 Pan Am Club 10, ll, 125 Sergeant
at Arms 125 Maroon Convention 10
GENE PAUL GUIDRY
JERRY LANE GUIDRY DE 12
JOHN ERROL GUIDRY Football 10, 11, 125 Track 125 Perfect
BOBBY HALL Jefferson Union of German Students 11, 12,
Parliamentarian-Historian 11, Class Representative 125 JCL 10,
11, Outstanding Member 10
ANN HAMILTON GRA 10, 11, 125 JCL 10, 115 Jr. Red Cross
115 Hussars ll, 12, Drum major 125 Homeroom Secretary 10,
Treasurer 115 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 125 Honors ll, 125
Senior Waltz 12
DARLENE MARIE HAMMERS
EARL MADISON HAMMOND Chess Club 105 Honors 105
ARTHUR EDWARD HANSON Perfect Attendance 10, 11, 12
JOYCE HARE Hussars 11, 12, Assistant Bugle Sergeant 125
Congress 10, Cabinet Member 115 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 125
Homeroom Gov. 125 Honors 11, 12
NANCY LYNNE HARMAN GRA 10, 11, 125 JCL 10, 11, 125
A Cappella 125 Heralds 11, 125 Homeroom Gov. 10, 115 Maroon
Convention 115 Honors 10, 11, 125 Meritorious Citation
STEPHEN P. HARRIS Art Club 10, 11, 12, Vice-President 11,
President 125 Camera Club 105 Cheerleader 125 Heralds 125
ANNUAL Staff 12, Art Editor 125 Football Manager 115 Maroon
Convention 125 Art Honors 10, 11, 12
KAREN ANN HARTFORD FBLA 11, 125 Jr. Red Cross 105
Maroon Convention 11
BOBBY HAUGHT DE 125 Honors 12
RONALD HAYNES Maroon Convention 11
LINDA KAYE HAYS Hussars 11, 125 Girls' Glee Club 10,
115 Gold Convention 10, 115 French Club 11, 125 Homeroom Lt.
Gov. 125 Maroon Convention 125 PILOT Staff 12, News Editor 12
ALVIN ACE HEBERT Gold Convention 10, 11
HARRY KENT HEBERT
LEO HEBERT Gold Convention 115 Basketball 10, 11, 12,
Lettered 11, 125 Baseball 10, 11, 12, Lettered 10, 11, 125 Honors 11
LINDA MARIE HEBERT
BILL RAYMOND HEBINCK Camera Club 125 Creative Writ-
ing Society 125 Jr. Red Cross 10, 125 Pan Am Club 105 Reper-
toire Players 125 Band 10, 115 National Honor Society 11, 125
Chess Club 105 Gold Convention 10, 115 Honors 10, 115 Perfect
HADEN HENNING Pan Am Club 105 Slide Rule Club 125 Ski
Club 10, 115 French Club 10, 11, 125 Homeroom Cabinet Member
GWEN HENRY Creative Writing Society 105 GRA 10, 115
JCL 11, 12, President of Clan 125 Slide Rule 105 Heralds 11,
125 National Honor Society 11, 125 FTA 10, 115 Homeroom Gov.
10, Lt. Gov. 125 Congress 115 Gold Convention 10, 115 Honors
10, 115 Senior Waltz 125 Special Meritorious Honors
MARSHALL HENSLEY Creative Writing Society 113 DE Club
12, Vice-President 123 Future Doctors 10, 113 Ski Club 113 Home-
room Gov. 113 Cabinet Member 103 Gold Convention 10, 113
PILOT Staff 113 Baseball 10
CYNTHIA SUE HERNANDEZ GRA 10, 113 Gold Convention
103 Perfect Attendance 10
WENDELL LEE HERNANDEZ DE 11, 123 Maroon Conven-
tion 10, 112 Honors 10, 11, 12
GARY WAYNE HESTER
TOMMY HICKS Future Doctors 103 JCL 10, 113 Heralds 123
Homeroom Vice-President 10, 113 Gold Convention 103 Maroon
Convention 11, ANNUAL Staff 123 Football 10, 11, 123 Ed. of
Honors section3 asst. editor of football section
VIRGINIA HICKS GRA 10, 11, 123 Band 103 Hussars 11, 123
Gold Convention 10, 11, 123 Honors ll
RITA JAYCE HIMEL GRA ll, 123 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 123
Maroon Convention 10, 11, 12
JACK HOLLADAY JCL 10, 113 Slide Rule Club 113 Band
10, 113 Number Sense Club 123 Gold Convention 103 Maroon
Convention 113 Honors 103 High Honors 113 Perfect Attendance
10, 113 Meritorious Citation
LARRY JAMES HOLLIER
WILLIAM A. HOLMES Ski Club 103 Maroon Convention 10
WILLIAM D. HOLMES Creative Writing Society 10, 113 JCL
10, 113 A Cappella 123 Perfect Attendance 113 Band 113 Mixed
Chorus 113 Homeroom Secretary 113 Gold Convention 113 Honors
10, 11, 12
MARGARET ANN HOOKS GRA 10, 11, 123 JCL 10, 113
Heralds 123 Homeroom Secretary 10, 113 Gold Convention 10,
11, 123 Honors 10, 11, 123 ANNUAL Staff 12, Business Manager
123 Perfect Attendance 103 National Honor Society 12
MAURINE ANN HOOKS FBLA 11, 12, Vice-President 12, State
Convention 113 GRA 10, 11, 12, Jr. Red Cross 10, 113 Hussars
11, 123 Senior Class Treasurer 123 Homeroom Secretary 10, 11,
Treasurer 10, 113 Cabinet Member 123 Gold Convention 10, 11,
123 ANNUAL Staff 123 Perfect Attendance 103 Congress 113
FORREST FRANK HOPKINS Advanced Science Club 10, 11,
12, President 123 JCL 10, 113 Heralds 123 National Honor Society
11, 12, Treasurer 123 Cabinet Member 10, 113 Homeroom Lt.
Gov. 123 Maroon Convention 10, 113 Citizen of the Month of
November and April 123 High Honors 10, 11, 123 ANNUAL 12,
Editor of Sports Sectiong Representative of Southem Association
of Student Councils 12g Thom McAnn Leadership Award 12?
Junior Lion of May 123 Special Meritorious Honors
JAY HORSAK Band 11, 123 Gold Convention 10, 11, 123 Bas-
ketball 103 Perfect Attendance 10, 11, 12
BEVERLY HOWARD GRA 10, 113 Maroon Convention 10
DOLORES HOWELL Future Nurses 10
HELEN MAURICE HOWELL JCL 10, Secretary 103 Pan Am
Club 112 Mixed Chorus 123 FTA 123 Homeroom Treasurer 123
Gold Convention 11? FHA 103 Special Meritorious Honors
RONNIE HUDSON Maroon Convention 10, 113 ANNUAL Staff
1g31:l3aseball 10, 11, 12, Lettered 11, 123 Perfect Attendance
MARGARET SUZANNE HUEBEL DE 123 FBLA 103 Maroon
Convention 10, 113 Honors 10
LINDA SUE HUNT Maroon Convention 10, 113 Honors 11
SUE ELLEN HUNTER DE 123 GRA 10, 113 Maroon Convetn-
tion 10, 12
JIEEE HYATT JCL 10, 113 Band 103 Maroon Convention
DEMETRIA INFANTE Pan Am Club 10, 11, 123 Perfect At-
CLYDE JACKSON Perfect Attendance 11
PENNY JACKSON FTA 10, 113 French Club 11, 123 GRA
10, 11, 123 Slide Rule Club 103 Mixed Chorus 103 Homeroom
Secretary 10, 113 Gold Convention 10, 11
CHAD JACOBS Perfect Attendance 103 Camera Club 10, 113
Jr. Red Cross 103 Homeroom Treasurer 103 Maroon Convention
10, 11, 123 ANNUAL Staff 12
JANET MARIE JARDELL
CHARLES RAY J EANIS Perfect Attendance 10
JIMMIE SUE JENKINS Future Nurses 103 Girls' Glee Club
10, 113 Mixed Chorus 123 Maroon Convention 123 Honors 10
CHRYSTAL JENILLE JOHNSON DE 123 Honors 123 Gol
Convention 123 Honors 12
JUDI JOHNSON Future Nurses 10, 113 JCL 10, 113 Maroo
Convention 10, 11
LYNDA JOHNSON DE 123 FBLA 103 Ski Club ll, 123 GR
OTIS STEPHEN JOHNSON Jr.-Sr. Play 112 Texas Day Pla
123 Honors 10
PAM JOHNSON GRA 10, 11, 123 Cheerleader 12Q Heral
123 National Honor Society 11, 123 Maroon Convention 10, 1
123 Honors 10, Il, 123 Letter Girls' 123 Perfect Attendance 11
Homeroom Gov. 10, Lt. Gov. 11, Secretary 123 Meritorious Cita
PAT JOHNSON GRA 10, ll, 123 Pan Am Club 10, 11, Chee
leader 123 National Honor Society 11, 123 Homeroom Gov. I
Secretary Il, Cabinet Member 10, 123 Maroon Convention 10, 1
123 High Honors 123 Letter Girls' 123 Meritorious Citation
SANDRA MARIE JOHNSON DE 123 GRA 10, 113 Maroor
Convention 11, 12
TIM DOUGLAS JOHNSON
WILLIAM JOHNSON Advanced Science Club 11, 123 Honoir
11, 123 JCL 10, 113 Perfect Attendance 10, 113 Repertoirf
Players 12, Lettered 123 Slide Rule Club 11, 123 Jr.-Sr. Pla'
11, 123 Homeroom Gov. 12, Congress 113 Maroon Convention 11
123 Meritorious Citation
JEANNE ANN JOHNSTON Future Nurses 103 GRA 123 JC
ll, 123 Jefferson Union Of German Students 123 Slide Rule Clu
113 Heralds 11, 12g Homeroom Gov. 11, Treasurer 113 Marco
Convention 11, 123 Honors 10, 11
CANDANCE JUNE JONES FTA 123 Meritorious Citation
CAROLE SUE JONES GRA 103 Maroon Convention 10, 11
Honors ll, 12
MARLENE MARIE JOWELL French Club 123 Hussars 111
125 Congress 123 Homeroom Secretary 113 Maroon Conventio
10, 123 Gold Convention 113 Honors 113 GRA 10
CAROLYN SUE KETTRICK Jr. Red Cross 123 A Cappella 12:
Mixed Chorus 10, 113 National Honor Society 11, 123 Gold Con
vention 10, 113 Honors 10, ll, 123 Meritorious Citation
LEE KIAMAR Baseball 11, 12
DON WAGNER KILLEBREW Art Club 123 Camera Club 12
Ski Club 10, 113 Maroon Convention 103 Perfect Attendance ll
JOE WILEY KIMBALL
ARTHUR LEE KLEBBA Gold Executive Comm. 123 Slide
Rule 103 Heralds 11, 123 Texans 123 Homeroom Gov. 113 Cabine
113 Gold Convention 10, 11, 123 Baseball 103 Tennis 12
LINDA KRAUTZ Homeroom Treas. 113 Gold Convention 10
113 Honors 11
MIKE KUBITZ Future Doctors ll, 12, Vice-Pres. 123 Slide
Rule 113 Maroon Delegate 113 Honors 10 '
MEREDITH KUSCH GRA 10, 11,1125 Lettergirl 123 JCL 10
113 Heralds 11, 12, Attendance Sec. 123 Hussars 11, 12, Asst
Uniform Qtrm. 113 National Honor Society 11, 123 FTA 10, 11t
12, Veep 123 Homeroom Gov. 10, ll, Sec. 123 Gold Conventior
10, 113 Perfect Attendance 113 High Honors 10, 11, 123 Special
SCOTT LACKEY JCL 10, 11, 123 Slide Rule 123 Maroor
Convention 10, 113 Honors 11
ELLERY JAMES LACY JCL 10, 11, 123 A Cappella 123
"Oklahoma" 123 Homeroom Gov. 10, 12, Cabinet 113 Maroor
Convention 10, 113 Honors 10, 12? Golf 10, 11, 12, Lettered 11
12, Captain 12? Perfect Attendance 10, 11
DAVID WILLAM LANDRY Baseball 12
PATSY LANDRY GRA 10, 11, 123 Lettergirl 123 Band 10
11, 123 Homeroom Treas. 123 Gold Convention 11, 12
SYLVIA ANN LANDRY GRA 10, 11, 123 Lettergirl 11
Bowling Club 10
WAYNE JOSEPH LANDRY DE 12
JOEL LANGHOFF Slide Rule 10, ll, 123 Band 10, 11, 12
Gold Convention 10, 11, 12g National Merit Scholarship 11
NEDT Meritorious Citation 123 Honors 10, 11, 12
PAT LARSEN Art Club 10, 11, 12, Pres. 113 DE 123 Herald:
11, 123 Gold Convention 10, 11
ROBERT WALTER LAWSON Ski Club 11
HNNY LAZENBY Perfect Attendance 10, 11
ROLD NELSON LEAVELL Advanced Science Club 10, 11,
3 Future Doctors 10, 113 JCL 12, Tribune 123 Pan Am Club
3 Slide Rule 113 Cabinet 10, 11, 123 Honors 10, 11, 123 Tennis
3 Gold Convention 10, 11, 12
NNA MARIE LEBLANC Future Nurses 10, 11, 12, Corres.
c. 12, State Future Nurses Parliamentarian 11, State Sec. 123
L 10, 11, 12? Hussars 11, 12, Reporter 11, Asst. Drum Sgt. 12,
iform Qtrni. 123 Homeroom Sec. 10, 11, Cabinet 12g Maroon
nvention 10, 11, 12, Honors 10, 113 National Honor Society
3 Latin Honor- Society 123 High Honors 12
WARD LEBLANC JCL 11, 123 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 10, 113
ralds 113 Gold Convention 10, 11, 123 Baseball 103 Football 10
DY ANN LEBLANC
AURICE LEBLANC DE 123 Jr. Red Cross 10, 113 Projector's
ub 113 Gold Convention 10, 113 Honors 11
STER LEBOUEF JCL 113 Gold Convention 10, 11
NDA ANN LEDOUX GRA 10, 113 Maroon Convention 10
E ROCHELLE LEQUEUX French Club 10, 11, 12? GRA
, 11, 123 Band 10, 11, 12, Head Majorette 11, 123 Heralds 11,
3 National Honor Society 11, 123 Gold Convention 10, Maroon
, 123 Honors 10, 113 High Honors 123 Perfect Attendance 103
nd Council 123 Homeroom Secretary 12, FTA 10, 11, 12,
rliamentarian 11, Pres. TJ Club 12, Honor Award 10, Merited
ember 10, 11, 12, Sweetheart 12, Dist. Convention 10, 11, 12,
ate Convention 123 Senior Waltz 123 Meritorious Citation
IRANKIE LETULLE Repertoire Players 103 Mixed Chorus 10,
3 Homeroom Sec. 103 Gold Convention 10, 113 GRA 10
ISE LIND Creative Writing Society 11, 123 Jefferson Union
f German Students 11, 12? Repertoire Players 10, 11, 123 Girls'
lee Club 10, 123 National Honor Society 11, 123 Ready Writers
IZ3 Gold Convention 10, 113 Honors 10, 113 Meritorious Citation
NA LINDSEY FTA 113 Maroon Convention 10, 12
AIG EDWIN LITCHFIELD French Club 113 A Cappella
, 123 Mixed Chorus 103 Boys' Chorus 10, 11, 123 Congress 123
iomeroorn Gov. 123 Perfect Attendance 10
DY LIVINGSTON Mixed Chorus 12
ED LOEB Future Doctors 10, 11, 123 Jr. Red Cross 123
ide Rule 103 Maroon Convention 103 Honors 10, 11
NDY KAYE LOGAN GRA 103 Bowling Club 103 Mixed
DANN LOIACANO Maroon Convention 11, 12? Perfect At-
,OSE ANN LONA Pan Am Club 11, 12
INDA LOPEZ DE 11, 123 Maroon Convention 10, 11
'EMETRIUS FRED LOUKAS Future Doctors 10, 11, 12, Pres.
E3 JCL 10, 113 Slide Rule 123 Congress 103 Cabinet 11, 123
aroon Convention 103 Gold Convention 11? Honors 10, 113
asketball 10, 113 Baseball 11, 12, Lettered 11, 12
IANNY LOZANO Homeroom Lt. Gov. 123 Gold Convention
0, 113 Track 10
UONALD LEE LUMPKIN Camera Club 12, Veep 123 Creative
Vriting Society 12g Jefferson Union of German Students 11, 123
land 10, 113 Gold Convention 10, 11
IHARLES LANCE LYDAY A Cappella 10, 11, 123 Head
Iheerleader 11, 123 Heralds 123 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 10, Gov.
1, Cabinet 123 Gold Convention 103 Maroon Convention 113
High Honors 10, 11, 123 National Honor Society 123 Perfect
ttendance 10, 113 Meritorious Citation
OHN MCCALL Future Doctors 10, 113 Slide Rule 10, 113
Iabinet Member 103 Gold Convention 10, 11
.ARRY MCCANN Repertoire Players 103 Gold Convention 10,
13 Honors 10, 11, 12Q Perfect Attendance 11
JIARTHA McCARTNEY GRA 10, 11, 123 JCL 10, 11, Scribe
f Clang Jr. Red Cross 113 Band 10, 11, 123 FTA 10, 11, 123
Iomeroom Treasurer 103 Cabinet Member 123 Gold Convention
l0, 113 Honors 10, 12
ILTON McCORD Art Club 123 Camera Club 123 Slide Rule
L13 Chess Club 103 Gold Convention 113 Perfect Attendance 11
UDY McCORVY French Club 123 Future Nurses 103 Reper-
oire Players 113 Homeroom Treasurer 123 Gold Convention 10,
113 GRA 10, 11, 12
LARRY MCELROY DE 12
SHIRLEY McFADDEN Future Nurses 10
MARY MCGREEVY FBLA 10, GRA 103 A Cappella 11, 12g
Girls' Glee Club 103 Homeroom Treasurer 103 Maroon Conven-
tion 103 Gold Convention 113 Honors 10, 11, 123 Meritorious
EUCLID McLEOD Advance Science Club 10, 11, 123 JCL 10,
11, 123 Slide Rule Club 10, 113 Band 10, 113 National Honor
Society 11, 123 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 11, 123 Congress 103 Maroon
Convention 10, 113 High Honors 103 Honors 113 Senior Waltz
123 Maroon Executive Committee 12g Meritorious Citation
LESLIE MCMAHEN Slide Rule Club 123 Honors 10, 113
Perfect Attendance 113 Meritorious Citation
ANN MCMANUS French Club 11, 12, Future Nurses 11, 12,
Reporter 12g GRA 10, 11, 12Q Hussars 11, 12, Reporter 11, Ideal
Hussar 123 Homeroom Treasurer 10, 113 Heralds 123 Congress
123 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 12, Honors 10, 123 High Honors 11
NANCY MCNABB GRA 10, 113 JCL 10, 113 Heralds 11, 123
Hussars 11, 12, Historian 11, Drum-Sergeant 123 National Honor
Society 11, 123 Number Sense Club 103 Cabinet Member 103
Maroon Convention 10, 113 High Honors 103 Honors 11, 123
RONALD MCPHERSON Basketball 10
BETTY MALLET GRA 10, 113 Jr. Red Cross 113 Homeroom
Secretary 103 Gold Convention 103 Homeroom Treasurer 123
Library Assistant 12 '
JERIDINE MANNINO GRA 10
KAY MARSHALL Forensic Society 11, 123 Debate Team 123
GRA 10, 11, 123 Future Lawyers 123 JCL 10, 11, 123 Jr. Red
Cross 123 Pan Ani Club 11, 12, Slide Rule 123 FTA 10, 11, 12,
Devotional Leader 12, Merited Member 11, 123 Cabinet Member
113 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 123 FTA District Convention
Delegate 123 Honors 11
BERNARD MARTINEZ Pan Am Club 11
GLORIA LINDA MARTINEZ GRA 10, 113 Gold Convention
113 Perfect Attendance 10
LINDA GALE MATHEWS GRA 103 Jr. Red Cross 10, 123
Maroon Convention 10, 11, 12
CANDY MATLOCK French Club 11, 12, Treasurer 123 GRA
103 Pan Am Club 103 Homeroom Gov. 10, 11, 123 Cabinet Mem-
ber 10, 11, 123 Gold Convention 103 Maroon Convention 10, 113
Senior Waltz 12
PAUL STEPHEN MATTE French Club 10, 113 Slide Rule 103
A Cappella 11, 123 Perfect Attendance 103 Maroon Convention
RONALD MAYES Art Club 10, ll, 123 JCL 123 National
Honor Society 11, 123 High Honors 10, 113 Meritorious Citation
GLORIA MEDRANO GRA 10, 113 Pan Am Club 12
BETSEY MEEKER Gold Convention 10, 11, Gold Executive
Committee 123 Congress 10, 11, 123 French Club 123 GRA 10,
113 JCL 10, 11, 123 Heralds 11, 123 Hussars 11, 12g Honors 10,
113 High Honors 123 ANNUAL 123 Editor of Organization
Sectiong Citizen of the Month 123 Senior Waltz 123 Lion Sweet-
heart 123 Meritorious Citation
CONNIE DEAN MELANCON FBLA 103 Future Nurses 103
GRA 103 Jr. Red Cross 11, 123 Maroon Convention 10, 11
RICHARD MEIER DE 123 Maroon Convention 103 Golf 10,
113 Perfect Attendance 10
JOHNNY RALPH MENDEZ
ALLEN RICHARD MENDOZA
KAY MERRITT FBLA 123 Future Nurses 10, 11, 123 GRA
10, 11, 123 Bowling Club 103 Ski Club 10, 113 Maroon Conven-
tion 10, 11
JOHN CARROLL MEYER Slide Rule Club 12
PAT MIGUEZ GRA 103 Repertoire Players 103 Mixed Chorus
103 Gold Convention 10
JOAN ELIZABETH MILLAR FBLA 103 JCL 11, 123 GRA
10, 11, 123 Heralds 11, 123 FTA 10, 113 Homeroom Gov. 10,
11, 123 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 123 Honors 10, 11, 12
BARBARA MILLER Gold Convention 113 Honors 11
JUDY MILLER Advance Science Club 123 Hussars 11, 123
Art Club 12Q National Honor Society 11, 123 GRA 10, 11, 123
Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 103 JCL 10, 11, 12? Cabinet
Member 11, 12, Maroon Convention 10, 11, 12g Jr. Red Cross 10,
11, 123 Repertoire Players 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 123 Slide Rule
Club 113 Honors 10, 113 High Honors 123 Senior Waltz 12
SUE ELLEN MINN ER
GLORIA JEAN MOORE
KEITH DENVER MOORE Advance Science Club 10, 123 JCL
10, II, 123 Homeroom Gov. 10, 11, 12Q Slide Rule Club 113 Jr.
Class Vice-President 113 Band 10, 11, 12, Vice-President 122
Heralds 11, 123 National Honor Society 11, 12, President 122
Maroon Convention 10, 113 High Honors 10, 11, 12g Basketball
10, 11, 12, Lettered 11, 123 Special Meritorious Honors
MILDRED ANN MOORHEAD Art Club 10, 113 Homeroom
Secretary 103 Camera Club 103 French Club 103 Gold Convention
103 FBLA 103 Ski Club 10, 113 Future Doctors 103 Bowling Club
10g Future Lawyers 103 Future Nurses 10g GRA 10, 11, 123 Jr.
Red Cross 123 Pan Am Club 103 Repertoire Players 10
NORMAN MOREAU Art Club 12? Camera Club 12g Home-
room Gov. 10, 113 Congress 113 Gold Convention 10, 113 Foot-
ball 10, 11, 12, Lettered 11, 12
CHERI DIANE MORITZ French Club 10, 11, 123 FTA 10,
113 GRA 10, 113 Jr. Red Cross 12g Girls, Bowling Club 103
Homeroom Secretary 103 Cabinet Member 103 Maroon Conven-
tion 10, Gold Convention 11
SHERYL ANN MULKEY French Club 11, 123 GRA 10, 11,
12, JCL 103 Repertoire Players 123 Slide Rule Club 113 A
Cappella 11, 123 Heralds 11, I23 National Honor Society 11, 12?
Cabinet Member 11, Homeroom Secretary 10, Gold Executive
Committee 103 Duchess 113 Queen 123 Meritorious Citation
SANDRA SUE NASH GRA 103 JCL 10, 123 Band 103 Home-
room Secretary 123 Honors 10
MARION VERLENE NEEL Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12
PAUL WAYNE NELSON Gold Convention 10
ED ARTHUR NEU French Club 103 Pan Am Club 11g Maroon
Convention 10, 113 Honors 10, 113 Perfect Attendance 10, 12
PENNY DIAN NEVILS FBLA 123 GRA 10
RONALD LOUIS NICKELSON DE 11, 12
FRANK NUNEZ Gold Convention 10, 113 Honors 11
BARBARA NUNNELLY Mixed Chorus 123 Gold Convention
DIANE MARIE OLIVER FBLA 103 GRA 10, 11, 123 Heralds
123 Hussars 11, 123 Homeroom Secretary 123 Gold Convention
JACK OLIVIER A Cappella 103 Mixed Chorus 10
MICHAEL RAY O'QUINN Congress 113 Homeroom Gov. 123
Maroon Convention 11
MARIE DIANE OROZCO
MARY LOU OROZCO Future Nurses 10, 113 GRA 10, 11, 123
JCL 113 Pan Am Club 123 Maroon Convention 113 Perfect
Attendance 10, 11
ROBERT A. ORR Advanced Science Club 10, 113 French Club
10, 113 Slide Rule Club 10, 11, 123 Homeroom Gov. 103 Cabinet
Member II, 123 Gold Convention 103 Gold Executive Committee
11g Honors 10, 113 Football Manager Il, 12g Meritorious Citation
SERGIO AGUILERA ORTIZ JR. Art Club 11, 123 Camera
Club 123 Pan Am Club 11, Maroon Convention 113 Football
10, 113 Baseball Manager 11, 12
KATHY OVERSTREET FBLA 10, 123 Maroon Convention 103
Gold Convention 11
EUGENE PACE Advance Science Club 10, 113 JCL 10, 113
Slide Rule Club 113 Congress 103 Homeroom Gov. 113 Home-
room Lt. Gov. 123 Gold Convention 10, 113 Football 10, 11, 12,
All-District Cornerback 12
BOBBY PAGE Slide Rule Club 123 Maroon Convention 12
CAROLYN ANN PALERMO GRA 10, 11g Ski Club I0
LIBY AN PALMER FBLA 10, 11, Reporter 113 GRA 10, 113
JCL 10, 123 Hussars 11, 12, As. Uniform Qua.rter'Master 113
Congress 10, 123 Homeroom Secretary 113 Gold Convention 10,
123 Gold Executive Committee 113 Honors 10, 11
CLAUDE GENE PARDUE Jefferson Union of German Students
11, 12, Beirgeimeibter 11, Chancellor 123 Slide Rule Club 113
Good Sportsmanship League 103 National Honor Society 11, 123
Congress 10, 113 Homeroom Gov. 123 Gold Convention 103 Maro
Convention 11, 123 Honors 10, 113 Football 10, Il, 12, Letter
11, 123 Basketball 103 Senior Waltz 12
DAVID DWIGHT PARDUE Senior Waltz 12
PAT PARENT French Club 11, 123 FTA 10, 113 A Cappel
11, 12, Lettered 12, Hussars 11, 123 Mixed Chorus 103 Hom
room Secretary 12? Gold Convention 10, 11, 123 Honors 10, 11
Oklahoma 12 '
LARRY PARKER Perfect Attendance 11
MARY LOUISE PERALES GRA 10, II3 Pan Am Club 11
12g Maroon Convention 10, 11
BRENDA PEREGO Future Nurses 123 FTA 103 GRA 10
Gold Convention 10, 11
DIANA GALE PHILLIPS FBLA 11, 123 Future Nurses 10, ll
Cabinet Member 113 Maroon Convention 113 Gold Convention I
JUDY IRIS PIERCE French Club 10, 11, 123 Slide Rule Clu
103 Heralds 11, 123 French National Honor Society 11, 123 Horn
room Treasurer 10, II, 123 Gold Convention 103 Maroon Cod
vention 113 Honors 10, 113 Meritorious Citation
JULES DAVID PINEDA DE 123 A Cappella 11, 12, Lettere
123 Mixed Chorus
JACKIE LEE PINNER Cabinet Member 113 Homeroom L
Gov. 12Q Gold Convention 10, 11, 12, King 123 Honors 11
Baseball IO, 11, 12, Lettered 12
MYRNA JEAN PIRNACK GRA 10, 113 Pan Am Club 10, 11
Band 103 Heralds 11, 123 Gold Convention 11
BETTE SUE PITTMAN French Club 113 GRA 10, 113 R
pertoire Players 103 Heralds 11, 123 Bowling Club 103 Homeroo
Lt. Gov. 103 Congress 113 Cabinet Member 123 Maroon Conve
tion 103 Gold Convention 12
DORIS PLEASANT Maroon Convention 11
PATRICIA RUSSELL POMIER FBLA 123 Cabinet Membe
113 Homeroom Gov. 123 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 123 Honor
I03 High Honors 11
PAMELA JO PONDER Future Nurses 11? Creative Writin,
Society 113 FTA 10, 11, 123 Jefferson Union Of German Student
113 Pan Am Club 103 National Honor Society 11, 123 Homeroon
Lt. Gov. 103 Homeroom Secretary 112 Cabinet Member 123 Golt
Convention 10, 1I, I23 Honors 10, Il, 123 Meritorious Citation
H. G. POWELL
WILLIAM FRANK POWELL Camera Club 11, 123 DE 12
RANDY OSCAR PRATT Maroon Convention 103 ANNUAI
123 Perfect Attendance 10, 11, 12
NORMAN ANTHONY PREJ EAN
CAROLYN LEE PRINCE Creative Writing Society 113 Futur
Nurses 11, 123 Jr. Red Cross 123 Mixed Chorus 11, 123 PILOT
Staff 123 Maroon Convention 10
SIDNEY JOSEPH PRINCE FBLA 123 Advance Science Clul
11, 123 Slide Rule Club 11, 122 Ski Club 10, 113 Perfect Ati
tendance I2 i
LAMBERT PRITCHETT Art Club 123 Camera Club 123 Bane
10, 11, 123 Maroon Convention 113 Gold Convention 123 Honori
10, I1 I
CLARENCE ALBERT PROVENCE A Cappella 10, 11, 1
President 113 Homeroom Gov. 10, 11, 123 Maroon Conventio
10, 11, 123 Football 10, I13 Senior Waltz 12
PRISSY PULLEN GRA 103 Heralds 11, 12g Homeroom Lt
Gov. 103 Homeroom Gov. 113 Cabinet Member 123 Maroon Con
vention 10, 113 High Honors 10
ROBERT MASON PUTBRES Football 10, 11
MYRTIS FAYE QUEBEDEAUX FBLA 123 GRA 103 Re
pertoire Players 113 Mixed Chorus 10, 113 Senior Waltz 12
MILDRED ANN RAGONA
JO ANN RAMSEY
GEORGE RANDALL Art Club 113 French Club 11, 123 Reper
toire Players 11, 123 Cabinet Member 102 Gold Convention IU
113 Contest play 12
RHODA RANSOM GRA 10, 11, 123 Pan Am Club 113 Home
room Pilot Rep. 12
WALTER DAVID RASTELLI JCL 103 Repertoire Players 10
Slide Rule Club 113 Mixed Chorus 11, I2
NORMAN WILLARD REEVES JCL 113 Projector's Club 11
, President 123 Heralds 11, 123 Homeroom Gov. 102 Gold
nvention 10, 11, 12: Football 10, 11, 12, Lettered 11, 12
HNNIE RUTH REAGAN Girls' Glee Club 11, 123 Perfect
tendance 10, 11
ARGARET REID French Club 10, 113 GRA 10, 11, 123
nd 10, 113 Heralds 113 Cabinet 103 Homeroom Secretary 10,
3 Maroon Convention 10
ARY ANN RETHKE Interscholastic League Typing Contest
3 FBLA 123 Future Nurses 123 GRA 10, 11, 125 Pan Am
ub 103 Band 10, 11, 123 FTA 103 Gold Convention 10, 113
onors 10, 11, 12g Letter Girls 12
ARLOTTE ANN RHODES GRA 10, 113 A Cappella 11,
, Secretary 12, All-Region 10, 12, All-State Alternate 123 Girls'
ee Club 10, Secretary 103 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 11, 123 Gold
nvention 10, 113 "Oklahoma" 123 Citizen of the Month of
nuary 123 Honors 10, 11, 12
NCY RICHARD Future Nurses 10, 11, 12, Vice-President
3 JCL 10, 113 Slide Rule Club 113 Hussars 11, 12, Secretary
3 Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 103 Homeroom Gov. 123
binet 113 Gold Convention 10, 113 Honors 10, 11, 12
NNY RAY RICHARDSON Projector's Club 103 Home-
m Gov. 11, 123 Maroon Convention 10, Duke 113 Honors 11,
3 Baseball 11, 12, Lettered 11, 12, Rookie of the Year 113
erfect Attendance 103 Gentleman-in-Waiting 12
NDA BERNICE RICHARDSON
E RICHKER Slide Rule Club 123 PILOT Staff 12
ANE RIEGNER Creative Writing Society 12: GRA 10, 113
L 10, 11, Scribe 123 Slide Rule Club 103 Homeroom Secretary
3 Heralds 11, 123 Gold Convention 10, 113 FTA 10, 11, 12,
'ce-President 123 Honors 10, 11, 123 Perfect Attendance 11
RRY JAMES RILEY Ski Club 10, 11, 123 Homeroom Lt.
ov. 102 Jr. Red Cross 113 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 12
IINDA SUE RITCHIE National Honor Society 11, 12? Gold
onvention 10, 11, 12? Honors 103 High Honors 11, 12: French
lonor Society 11, 123 Perfect Attendance 123 Meritorious Citation
HARLOTTE ANNE ROBBS FBLA 10, 113 Homeroom Sec-
retary 103 Future Nurses 10, 113 Homeroom Gov. 113 Homeroom
'reasurer 123 GRA 10, 11, 123 Gold Convention 10, 11, 123
Eeralds 11, ANNUAL Staff 12
ONALD LEE ROBERT
IZ ROBERTS Future Nurses 10, 113 GRA 10, 11, 123 Home-
m Secretary 123 Gold Convention 10, 11, 12
MES WILLIAM ROBINSON JCL 11, 12g Gold..Convention
, 113 Perfect Attendance 12
'HOMAS CARL RODDY Future Doctors 10, 11, 123 JCL 10,
, 123 Slide Rule Club 10, 11, 123 Gold Convention 11
DY ANN RODE Future Nurses 12, Chaplain 12g Homeroom
reasurer 103 Gold Convention 11
ONLEY WAYNE RODGERS DE 123 Parliamentarian 123
onors 10, 11
EGGIE ROGERS A Cappella 11, 123 Band 10
lOXIE ROLL Forensic Society 10, 11, 123 FTA 10, 11, GRA
0, 113 Jefferson Union of German Students 11, 123 Jr. Red
Iross 113 Jr.-Sr. Play 113 Repertoire Players 10, 11, 12, Lettered
13 Ski Club 10, 113 Treasurer 113 Maroon Convention 10, 11,
3 Cabinet 103 ANNUAL Staff 113 PILOT Staff 123 Repertoire
ward 123 Contest Play 11, 12
JOLLY ANN ROMERO Homeroom Treasurer 103 Maroon
IENNETH ROMERO Baseball 11, 12
IOLLIE ANN ROMERO DE 12? Maroon Convention 10, 12
iALLY ANN ROMERO Maroon Convention 10, 11, Perfect
ACK ROSE DE 12
JON G. ROZELL Forensic Society 10, 11, 12, Vice-President
23 JCL 11, 12, Tribune 11, Aedile 12g Repertoire Players 113
Slide Rule Club 103 Band 103 Heralds 12g National Honor
Society 11, 123 Congress 11, 123 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 123
Iigh Honors 103 Honors 11? Meritorious Citation
TERRY ALLEN ROZELLE Slide Rule Club 11, 123 A Cap-
gella 113 Heralds 123 Mixed Chorus 103 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 10,
L13 Congress 123 Gold Convention 103 Maroon Convention 113
Elonors 103 Football 10, 11, 12, All-District 12, Best Defensive
Lineman 12, Lettered 11, 12
VIARIA RUTT Forensic Society 103 Congress 123 Jefferson
Jnion of German Students 11, 123 Officer 123 Maroon Con-
vention 10, 11, 12? Repertoire Players 10, 11, 12, Parliamentarian
123 Lettered 123 Girls' Glee Club 103 Heralds 123 National
Honor Society 11, 123 Perfect Attendance 103 Student Directory
Committee 10, 11, 12, Chairman 123 Cabinet 113 Honors 11, 123
High Honors 123 PILOT Staff 11, 12, Editor-in-Chief 123 Jr.-Sr.
Play 11, 123 Texas Day Committee 123 Three-Act Play 103
Posture Queen Finalist 10
THOMAS JOSEPH RYAN Citizen of the Month of February
123 Future Doctors 123 JCL 123 Projector's Club 12, Slide Rule
Club 11, 12g Homeroom Lt. Gov. 11: Congress 123 Maroon Con-
vention 10, 11, 12, Jr. Clubman 123 Duke 113 Most Popular Boy
123 Honors 10, 11, 123 Perfect Attendance 10, 11, 12
TIM RYAN Art Club 10, JCL 10
VERA SALTER Homeroom Secretary 12Q Jr. Red Cross 1'03
Maroon Convention 10
GREG SALVAGGIO Projector's Club 11, 123 Jr.-Sr. Play 113
Maroon Convention 10, 11
GARY GENE SAN ANGELO ANNUAL Staff 123 Baseball
BETTY MAY SANNER DE 12, Future Nurses 103 Gold Con-
vention 113 Honors 10, 11
GAIL SAUNDERS Advanced Science Club 11, 123 Forensic
Society? Jefferson Union of German Students 113 Jr. Red Cross
103 Pan Am Club 103 Slide Rule Club 113 Heralds 123 National
Honor Society 11, 123 Cabinet 103 Homeroom Treasurer 113 High
Honors 10, 11, 123 Perfect Attendance 12: Maroon Convention
10, 11, 123 Debate Team 123 FTA 10, 11, 12, Parliamentarian
10, Treasurer 11, Council President 12, Merited Member 10, 11,
123 District Convention 10, 11, 12, State Convention 123 Meri-
CLYDE SAVOIE Mixed Chorus 11
GARY EVERETT SAWYER FBLA 113 Maroon Convention 11
DORA GAYLE SCALCO French Club 11, 12, President 123
Forensic Society 123 FBLA 11, Treasurer 11g GRA 10, 11, 123
Jefferson Union of German Students 123 Repertoire Players 11,
123 Cheerleader 123 Heralds 11, 123 National Honor Society 11,
123 Congress 10, 11, 123 Homeroom Gov. 103 Maroon Convention
10, 113 Duchess 113 Princess 123 Citizen of the Month 123 High
Honors 10, 113 'Good Sportsmanship League 103 Meritorious
DONNA LYNN SCHAMBER GRA 10, 11, 123 Jr. Red Cross
103 A Cappella 11, 12, Treasurer 123 Girls' Glee Club 103 FTA
10, 11, 12, State Convention 12g Homeroom Treasurer 10, Secre-
tary 113 Congress 123 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 123 Honors 10,
4'Oklahoma" 12? Perfect Attendance 10
JOHNSCHEIFLEY Slide Rule Club 10, 113 Band 10, Maroon
Convention 11, High Honors 10, 11, 123 Special Meritorious
RONNIE RICHARD SCHKADE Track 12
ROBERT RUBEN SCHMIDT JCL 10, 11, 12, Vice-President 123
Slide Rule Club 113 National Honor Society 11, 123 Homeroom
Gov. 103 Gold Convention 10, 113 National Merit Scholarship
Semi-Finalist 123 Honors 103 High Honors 113 Meritorious
PHYLISS DIANNE SCHNITZER French Club 113 JCL 103
Repertoire Players 113 Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 10, 123
Gold Convention 10, 11, 12
NORMA ELIZABETH SCHROEDER Maroon Convention 10,
11, 122 JCL 113 Jr. Red Cross 113 A Cappella 11, 123 Mixed
Chorus 103 National Honor Society 11, 12? Homeroom Secretary
123 High Honors 10, 113 Latin Honor Society 123 Special Meri-
SHIRLEY LAVERN SCOGIN FBLA 10, 11, Reporter 113 GRA
10, 11, 123 Hussars 11, 123 FTA 10, 113 ANNUAL Staff 123
Letter Girls 12
BILL SEALE Advanced Science 10, 11, 123 JCL 10, 11, 12g
Future Doctors 10, 11, 12g Jr. Red Cross 103 Slide Rule Club
113 Band 10, 11, 123 National Honor Society 11, 123 Homeroom
Lt. Gov. 113 Maroon Executive Committee 11, 123 High Honors
10, 113 Football 10, 11, 12, Lettered 123 Tennis 123 Senior Waltz
12g Special Meritorious Honors
DONNA SEBASTIAN FBLA 123 GRA 103 Band 10, 11, 12,
Librarian 123 Cabinet Member 10, 11, 123 Maroon Convention
10, 11, 123 Honors 123 Miss FBLA 12
CHARLOTTE ANN SEEWOSTER Jefferson Union of German
Students 11, 123 A Cappella 12: Mixed Chorus 10, 113 FTA 10,
113 Gold Convention 103 Maroon Convention 113 Honors 11
JAMES SELF DE 123 Jefferson Union of German Students 11
ADRIAN LAMAR SEPEDA Pan Am Club 115 Slide Rule Club
10, 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 125 Gold Convention 105 Maroon Con-
vention 11, 125 Honors 11, 125 Perfect Attendance 10, 11, 12
JOHN EDWARD SHAUNFIELD Maroon Convention 10
JAMES SHAW Slide Rule Club 12
WALTER GEORGE SHAW
SHARON SHEFFIELD GRA 10, 11, 125 JCL 10, 11, 125 A
Cappella 11, 125 Letter Girls 125 Homeroom Secretary 125 Maroon
Convention 10, 115 Honors 10, 115 High Honors 125 Perfect At-
CONNIE RAE SHERRER Maroon Convention 10, 115 Honors
DEAN A. SHOOK JCL 10, 11, 125 Slide Rule Club 125 Maroon
Convention 10, 11, 125 Honors 105 Perfect Attendance 10, 11
BEVERLY RUTH SIMMONS GRA 10, 115 Gold Convention
10, 115 Honors 125 Perfect Attendance 11
MARY CLAUDINE SIRMAN Future Nurses 10, 115 GRA 10,
11, 125 JCL 11, 12, Excelsior Staff 125 Homeroom Secretary 105
Congress 115 Cabinet 115 Maroon Convention 10, 11
VIRGINIA SIRMAN Future Nurses 10, 11, 125 GRA 10, 11,
125 JCL 11, 125 Latin Honor Society 11, 125 Gold Convention 10,
11, 125 Honors 10, 11, 12
CAROL SKAFF GRA 10, 115 JCL 10, 11, 125 Slide Rule Club
115 Hussars ll, 125 National Honor Society 11, 125 Homeroom
Secretary 10, Gov. 125 Congress 115 Gold Convention 10, 11, 125
Texas Day Play 125 Honors 10, 115 High Honors 125 Meritorious
DAN FORESTER SMITH Advanced Science Club 125 JCL
10, 11, 125 Camera Club 12, President 125 Slide Rule Club 10,
11, 125 Creative Writing Society 125 Band 10, 115 National Honor
Society 125 Gold Convention 105 National Merit Scholarship Semi-
Finalist 125 Honors 10, 11, 125 Perfect Attendance 115 Meritorious
GENE SMITH Perfect Attendance 10, 11
GEORGIA LOUISE SMITH French Club 115 FBLA 10, 125
GRA 10, 11, 125 Gold Convention 10, 11, 12
JAMES W. SMITH Maroon Convention 10, 11, 12
JEFF SMITH A Cappella 11, 12, President 125 All-State 10,
All-Region 10, 11, 125 Boys' Chorus 11, 125 Congress 115 Home-
room Lt. Gov. 125 Maroon Convention 115 Honors 11, 125 Meri-
MICHAEL ARTHUR SMITH Maroon Convention 115 Honors 10
MICHAEL FRANK SMITH JCL 11
PATSY LYNN SMITH FBLA 125 Girls' Glee Club 10, 115
GRA 10, 11, 125 Honors 10, 11, 125 Jr. Red Cross 125 JCL 11,
12, Excelsior Staff 125 Bowling Club 10, Captain 105 FTA 10,
ll, 12, Parliamentarian 12, Merited Member 125 Maroon Con-
vention 105 Gold Convention 11, 125 PILOT Staff 12, Feature
ROBERT REID SMITH Band 10, 11, 12, President 12, All-
Region 10, 11, 125 Gold Convention 10, 11, 12
RONNIE GRADY SMITH
THOMAS SMITH JR.
WALTER SORGEE Jefferson Union of German Students 115
Homeroom Lt. Gov. 10, 11, 125 Gold Convention 10, 11, 125
Honors 105 Football 10, 11, 12, Lettered 11, 12, All-District 11,
12, Best Offensive Back 125 Track 10, 11, Lettered 10, 11
JACK ARNOLD SPEARS Art Club 10, 115 Camera Club 105
Jr. Red Cross 10, 115 ANNUAL Staff 125 Maroon Convention
10, 11, 125 FBLA 105 Bowling Club 105 Ski Club 105 Homeroom
BILL STACK Advanced Science Club 105 JCL 11, 125 Slide
Rule Club 10, 11, 125 A Cappella 10, 11, 125 National Honor
Society 11, 125 Homeroom Treasurer 10, 115 Maroon Convention
10, 115 Honors 10, 11, 125 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Meritorious
FRAN STAGG Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 12, Secretary 125 Home-
room Gov. 115 Gold Convention 125 Honors 11, Perfect At-
JANICE ANN STEEN Future Nurses 105 GRA 10, 11, 125
Repertoire Players 125 Hussars 11, 12, Majorette 125 Homeroom
Lt. Gov. 10, Secretary 115 Cabinet Member 125 Gold Convention
LUTHER PAUL STEWART JCL 115 Projectors' Club 10, 1
Slide Rule Club 10
SMOKEY STILWELL PILOT Staff 115 ANNUAL 125 Baseb
10, 115 Maroon Convention 10, 115 Ski Club 10, 11, 125 Fren
Club 10, 11, 12
THOMAS FRANK STOPYRA
NORMA JEAN STOREY GRA 10, 11, 125 Hussars 11, 1
Homeroom Gov. 10, Secretary 125 Cabinet Member 10, 115 Go
Convention 10, 11, 125 Optimist Clubwoman 125 Homecomi
Queen 125 Senior Posture Queen5 Lady-In-Waiting 12
LUCINDA ANN STRANGE GRA 10, 115 Gold Convention 1
CLAUD STROTHER DE 12
DANNY STYLES DE 11, 12
SUZANNE SUMMERHILL GRA 10, 11, 125 JCL 10, lll
Heralds 11, 125 Hussars 11, 12, Assistant Drum Major 125 Hom
room Secretary 11, 125 Maroon Convention 10, 115 Perfect A
tendance 10, 115 Honors 10, 115 Senior Waltz 125 Meritorior
BRENDA SWANZY Jr. Red Cross 105 Gold Convention 10
SCOTT SWANZY JCL 10, 115 Band 105 Homeroom Gov. Ill
Lt. Gov. 115 Maroon Convention 10, 115 Gold Convention 11
Student Directory Committee 10, 11, 12
SHEILA ANN SWICEGOOD French Club 11, 125 Futu
Lawyers 105 GRA 10, 11, 125 JCL 10, 11, 125 Congress 125 Jlf
Red Cross 105 Repertoire Players 10, 115 Slide Rule Club 11
Band 105 Heralds 11, 125 National Honor Society 11, 125 Co
gress 105 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 125 High Honors 10, Honoil
11, 125 Senior Waltz 125 Meritorious Citation
RICHARD ALLEN TAFT French Club 115 Heralds 11, 1
National Honor Society 11, 125 Homeroom Gov. 105 Cabin
Member 105 Gold Convention 10, 11, 125 Jr. Kiwanian 125 Hono
10, 115 ANNUAL Staff 125 Football 10, 11, 12, Lettered 11, 1
All-District Wingback 125 Track 10, 11, Lettered 10, 115 A.
Love Memorial Award, Best Blocker In Jefferson County 12
NANCY TATUM French Club 10, 115 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 11
GRA 10, 115 Hussars 11, 125 Jr. Red Cross 125 Gold Conventio:
10, 11, 125 PILOT Staff 125 Perfect Attendance 11, 12
MARY ALICE TERAN GRA 105 Pan Am Club 105 Heraltj
11, 125 National Honor Society 11, 125 FTA 10, 11, 12, Vic
President 10, 11, Historian 125 Meritorious Citation
BARBARA LYNN TERRELL
GARY TERRELL Gold Convention 115 Basketball 11
ROBERT E. TERRY Advanced Science Club 10, 11, 125 Forensi
Society 10, 11, 125 Slide Rule Club 125 Jefferson Union O
German Students 115 National Honor Society 11, 125 Gold Con
vention 105 Honors 105 High Honors 115 Meritorious Citation
BOBBY THERIOT Camera Club 12, Reporter 125 Creativt
Writing Society 12, Reporter 125 FBLA 105 Pan Am Club 12
Slide Rule Club 115 Heralds 125 Homeroom Gov. 115 Cabine
Member 115 Maroon Convention 105 Gold Convention 11
JIMMY THIBODEAUX Boys' Bowling Club 10, 115 DE 12
JOHNNY THIBODEAUX '
DIANNA THOMAS Future Nurses 11, 125 Jr. Red Cross 12
GRA 10, 115 Homeroom Treasurer 11, Secretary 10
BOB THOMPSON Meritorious Citationg Forensic Society 11,
125 Future Lawyers 10, 11, 12, President 125 JCL 11, 12, Presi
dent 125 National Latin Honor Society 125 Pan Am Club 10i
Repertoire Players 10, 11, 12, Parliamentarian 11, Vice-President
125 Slide Rule Club 10, 115 Heralds 10, 11, 12, President 12
Outstanding Member 125 National Honor Society 125 Debate
Team 10, 11, 125 Congress 115 President of Sophomore Class 10i
Student Body Parliamentarian 125 Maroon Convention 10, 11
125 Honors 10, 11, 125 Perfect Attendance 10, 11, 125 Citizer
of Month, Novemberg Outstanding Congressman 63
JACKIE THOMPSON Future Nurses 115 GRA 105 Cabinet
Member 105 Gold Convention 10, 115 Honors 12
JIM THOMPSON Pan Am Club 115 Gold Convention 105
Track 105 Basketball 10
THOMAS R. THOMPSON Bowling Club 10, 115 Projectors
Club 10, 11, 125 Repertoire Players 10, -11, 125 Chess Club 105
Number Sense 10, 11, 125 Maroon Convention 11
WANDA THORNELL GRA 10, 11, 12, Lettered 125 Heralds
125 Hussars 11, 125 A Cappella 11, 12, Librarian 125 Mixed
orus 10, Secretary 105 Congress 11, 125 Homeroom Lt. Gov.
5 National Honor Society 11, 125 FTA 10, 11, 12, Third Vice-
esident 125 Maroon Convention 10, 11, Executive Committee
, 125 Honors 10, 115 Perfect Attendance 115 Meritorious
LARA TIBBETTS GRA 10, 11, 125 Letter Girls 125 Pan Am
lub 115 A Cappella 11, 12, Accompanist 125 Heralds 11, 125
ussars 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 10, Accompanist 105 National
onor Society 11, 125 Cabinet Member 105 Gold Convention 105
onors 10, 11, 125 Meritorious Citation
IMMY MICHEAL TOWERY Jefferson Union of German Stu-
nts 115 Gold Convention 105 Perfect Attendance 11
NICE ELOISE TOWNSEND French Club 11, 125 Future
urses 105 GRA 10, 11, 125 Letter Girls 125 Heralds 125
ussars 11, 12, Chaplain 11, Instrument Quartermaster 125
uchess 115 Congress 10, 11, Treasurer 105 Gold Convention 10,
, 125 High Honors 10, 115 Lady-In-Waiting 12
UTHER JOHN TRAHAN
ICHAEL A. TRAHAN Advanced Science Club 10, 115 JCL
, 125 Aedile 125 Latin Honor Society 125 Slide Rule Club 10,
15 National Society 11, 125 Jr. Clubman 125 Gold Convention
, 115 Honors 105 High Honors 115 Football 10, 11, 12, Lettered
1, 12, All-District Tackle 125 Senior Waltz 125 Meritorious
OBERT LARRY TRAVIS Slide Rule Club 11, 125 Maroon
nvention 10, 125 High Honors 10
AULFREY ODIL TROSCLAIR A Cappella 11, 125 Mixed
horus 10, Librarian 10
ARION TURNER Advanced Science Club 10, 11, 125 French
lub 125 GRA 10, 11, 12, Lettered 125 All-School Posture Queen
15 JCL 10, 11, 12, Secretary 115 Slide Rule Club 10, 115
ussars 11, 125 National Honor Society 11, 125 Bowling Club 105
omeroom Secretary 10, 115 Congress 125 Gold Convention 125
igh Honors 10, 115 Special Meritorious Honors
ARTHA UPTON DE 125 Forensic Society 115 FBLA 105
RA 10, 115 Repertoire Players 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 115 Maroon
onvention 10, 11, 125 Honors 12
DOLPH VALVERDE Baseball 10
ICHARD BASQUEZ Pan Am Club 10, 115 Maroon Conven-
OHN JIMMY VEILLON
ARIE ANN VICKERS French Club 10, 11, 125 GRA 10, 115
and 10, 11, 12, Majorette 11, 125 Heralds 11, 125 National Honor
ociety 11, 125 FTA 10, 11, 125 Secretary 12, Merited Member
0, 11, Delegate to District and State Convention 125 Congress
15 Homeroom Secretary 125 Gold Convention 10, 115 Honors 105
igh Honors 115 Maroon Convention 125 Perfect Attendance 115
ESSE VILLAREAL Pan Am Club 12
RENDA JOYCE VINCENT GRA 10, 115 Maroon Conven-
ATHERINE MAUREEN VINCENT FBLA 10
IANNE VITTUM FBLA 125 GRA 10, 11, 125 Pan Am Club
05 Bowling Club 105 Homeroom Secretary 10, 115 Gold Conven-
ion 10, 11, 125 Honors 11, 12
AE WAGNER French Club 11, 125 Future Nurses 10, 11, 125
RA 10, 11, 12, Lettered 125 Jr. Red Cross 11, 125 Girls' Glee
lub 11, 12, President 125 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 11, 125 Honors
115 Maroon Convention 12
IJ. BRUCE WALKER JCL 10, 11
NANCY LEA WALL
AVID WARLICK Projector's Club 115 Gold Convention 10
ENNY ROSS WARR Texans 125 Jr. Red Cross 115 Basket-
ball 10, 11, 12, Lettered 11, 12, Second All-District 12
RALPH C. WATTERSON JCL 11, 12
JOHN WEATHINGTON Cabinet Member 115 Maroon Conven-
tion 10, 11, 125 JCL 11, 125 Slide Rule Club 10, 115 Tennis 12
WILLIAM DENNIS WEHMEYER
CYNTHIA WELCH French Club 125 GRA 10, 11, 125 FTA
10, 115 Homeroom Secretary 10, 115 Gold Convention 10
JOYCE ELAINE WELCH Advance Science Club 105 French
Club 11, 125 Creative Writing Society 115 Future Lawyers 10,
11, 12, Secretary 11, Vice-President 125 GRA 10, 11, 125 Slide
Rule Club 115 Band 10, 11, 125 Heralds 125 Letter Girls 125
FTA 10, 11, 125 Cabinet Member 105 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 115
Congress 125 Maroon Convention 10, 11
DELORES ANN WELLS FBLA 11, 125 GRA 10, 115 Maroon
Convention 10, 11, 125 Perfect Attendance 10, 11
DICKIE WHITE Projector's Club 11, 12, Treasurer 125 Cabinet
Member 10, 115 Gold Convention 105 Maroon Convention 11
J. O. WHITEHEAD Bowling Club 10
FRAN WILCOX FBLA 105 Hussars 11, 125 GRA 10, 11, 125
Maroon Convention 10, 11, 125 JCL 11, 125 Perfect Attendance
DANNY EDMOND WILLIAMS Slide Rule Club 125 Maroon
Convention 10, 11, 125 Cabinet Member 12
NANCY IRENE WILLIAMS French Club 11, 125 GRA 10, 11,
125 Jr. Red Cross 125 Cabinet Member 105 Gold Convention
105 ANNUAL Staff 11
WODDY WILLIAMS Maroon Convention 10, 115 Golf 11, 125
Perfect Attendance 10
LINDA L. WILLIAMSON French Club 11, 125 GRA 105 Future
Nurses 10, 11, Secretary 115 Jr. Red Cross 10, 115 Slide Rule
Club 105 Mixed Chorus 105 Maroon Convention 10, 11
GLENN WILLIS Future Doctors 11, 125 JCL 10, 113 Jr. Red
Cross 10, 115 A Cappella 125 Band 10, 115 Congress 115 Cabinet
Member 105 Gold Convention 10, 11, 12
CHARLES WAYNE WILSON National Honor Society 11, 125
Homeroom Gov. 105 Congress 125 Senior Class President 125
Maroon Convention 105 Gold Convention 125 Honors 11, 125
Football 10, 11, 12, Lettered 10, 11, 12, First Team All-State
Fullback 12, Third Team All-American 12, All-District Most
Valuable Player, County's Most Valuable Back 12, Co-Captain
Football 125 Basketball 10, 11, 12, Captain 11, 12
HARRY ORAMEL WILSON Honors 125 Perfect Attendance 11
CLAUDIA JOAN WINGATE GRA 10, 115 JCL 125 Pan Am
Club 105 Heralds 11, 125 Hussars 11, 12, Assistant Quartermaster
125 National Honor Society 11, 125 Latin Honor Society 125
Homeroom Lt. Gov. 10, Gov. 11, Secretary 125 Cabinet Member
105 Gold Convention 10, 11, 125 High Honors 10, 11, 125 Special
RITA JOAN WINGFIELD Future Doctors 115 GRA 10, 11,
12, Lettered 115 Heralds 115 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 11, 12, Reporter
125 Gold Convention 10, 11, 125 Honors 10,115 Perfect Attend-
ance 115 National Honor Society 12
BECKY ANN WOLF Gold Convention 115 Perfect Attendance
115 Maroon Convention 125 Library Assistant 10,12
KENNETH H. WOLF Advanced Science Club 115 Creative
Writing Society 125 JCL 10, 11, 125 Slide Rule Club 10, 11, 125
National Honor Society 11, 125 Gold Convention 10, 125 High
Honors 10, 11, 125 Special Meritorious Honors
KATHLEEN WOODS French Club 11, 125 GRA 105 Glee
Club 10, 11, 125 Maroon Convention 10, 11, 125 Honors 10, 11,
125 PILOT Staff 125 French Honor Society 12
REBECCA JO WRIBORG French Club 10, 115 GRA 10, 11,
12, Lettered 125 Jr. Red Cross 10, 125 Heralds 11, 125 Hussars
11, 125 FTA 10, 11, 12, Secretary 12, Merited Member 125 Home-
room Secretary 11, Lt. Gov. 105 Gold Convention 105 Maroon
Convention 115 Honors 12
DAVID LEON WRIGHT
JAYN WRIGHT Camera Club 105 GRA 10, 11, 125 Repertoire
Players 10, 11, 125 Homeroom Treasurer 105 Maroon Convention
105 Honors 11, 125 High Honors 11
LYNDON ROY WRIGHT JCL 105 Slide Rule Club 105 Maroon
Convention 10, 11, 125 Honors 105 High Honors 11, 125 ANNUAL
Staff 12, Editor of Senior Section5 Jr.-Sr. Play 125 Meritorious
SANDRA GAIL WUKASCH Senior Waltz 12
TRUDY WYBLE GRA 125 Jr. Red Cross 12, Pan Am Club
125 Band 115 Heralds 125 Homeroom Lt. Gov. 125 Maroon Con-
vention 11, 125 ANNUAL Staff 12
MADELINE ZAMPINE Future Nurses 10, 11, 123 GRA 10,
115 Jr. Red Cross 115 Gold Convention 10, 115 ANNUAL Staff 12
PATRICIA ZIMMERMAN GRA 10, 115 Jr. Red Cross 115
Maroon Convention 10, 11, 125 Homeroom Secretary 105 Honors
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Elected by Classmates
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Most Popular Boy - Tommy Ryan
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DUCHESS CAROL RITCHEY
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THE SPONSORS THAT have always given their understanding and ever-needed guidance to the members
of FTA are Miss Mary Eunice Vickers, Mrs. ,lo Ann Carver, Miss Eleanor Wall, Mrs. Margaret Barry.
and Mrs. Nora Gregory.
Future Teachers of America Club
helps students, boys and girls, who
are interested in teaching as a
career. It familiarizes them with
the profession as well as with the
responsibilities. The club is di-
vided into three groups: The
Thomas Jefferson Club, G. M.
Sims Club, and David Miller Club.
These smaller clubs Work together
as one organization in their ac-
tivities and projects. The mem-
bers attended district convention
in Bellaire and state convention
COMPARING NOTES FOR the next meeting are the overall officers of FTA: Marcel
Gooch, treasurerg Patsy Smith, parliamentariang Mary Alice Teran, historiang Gail Saunde
presidentg Mary Deering, first vice-presidentg and Carolyn Estes, second vice-president.
' ophs, lnducted Into FT
DING AN OFFlCER'S meet-
of the G. M. Sims Club is
ident Peggy Cralino. Other
ers of the club are Debby
er, Barbara Turman, Mariel-
Showalter, .ludy Tobias, Betty
ox, Carol Marsh, Lydia Le-
x, and Deanna Stahl.
HOMORE MEMBERS-SITTING: Karen Martin, Eleanor Ferguson, Judy Tobias, Kathy Gaston, Cynthia Linder, Betty Lennox,
erly Salter, and Sue Foster. STANDING: Janet Frazee, Elizabeth Walker, Barbara Treibel, Tana Townsend, Lydia Lequeux, Diane
ite, Carolyn Handy, Mariellen Showalter, Carol Marsh, Linda Lockwood, and Deanna Stahl.
Semor Members E
OFFICERS OF THE
Jefferson Club are
Graham treasurer '
Rie ner first vice-1
Diane Lequeux 1
Deana Denho historia
Marie Vickers secretary'
THIS LIVELY GROUP of members is headed for Bellaire High School in Houston where they will attend the district c
The members are-FIRST ROW: Mary Alice Teran, Sue Capps,'Linda Newsome, Lydia Lequeux Darlene Downs Elizabeth W
Shirley Graham, and Marie Vickers. STANDING: Miss Vickers, Linda Stevenson, Kay Belles, Peggy Gralino, Diane Lequeux
Welch, Gail Saunders, Mary Ann Koerth, Judy Meyers, Kay Marshall, and Evelyn Trevino.
raise and Merit
Mary Alice Teran
r. Joe Price receives many congratu-
tions for being awarded Teacher of
wards Are Given
AWARDS NIGHT FOR Future Teachers brings joy to many girls who have striven all year for this honor.
RECEIVING THE AWARD for Outstanding FTA members are Sandra Castro, Mary Alice Terran and Tana Townsend. Mr. Clyde Gott
presented the award. Mr. Joe Price received the Teacher of the year award.
David Miller Club Plans Future
MEMBERS of Future Teachers: SEATED: Linda Stevenson, Andrea Commander, Nancy O'Neal, Marilyn Weeks, and Sylvia Daniels.
SECOND ROW: Karen Miller, Mary ,lane Hill, Mary Ann Koerth, Merle Coward, Dana Morgan, Sara Hawes, Lois Brown, and Ann
Boutte, THIRD ROW: Carolyn Sheppard, Linda Cartwright, Darlene Downs, Elaine Charrier, Sandra Coody, Nancy Bushnell, and
DAVID MILLER FTA OF-
FICERS INCLUDE Rita
Leihling, first vice-president:
Maurgurette Castro, presi-
dentg Sue Haskell, second
Dinah Chism, devotional lead-
er, Joan Traulne, third vice-
presidentg Phoebe Malnigren,
treasurer, and Marian Lair.
The members of Future Lawyers discussed
several court cases and visited court rooms
while court was in session. They were ex-
posed to various techniques used by ef-
fective lawyers. Valuable infonnation is
also available to all members through their
participation in the club's program. Mem-
bership is open to all students who are
interested in entering the law profession.
LEARNING T0 MAKE a valid thesis statement
will he useful to these future solons: Barbara
Melancon, treasurerg Nancy Bailey, secretaryg
Bob Thompson, presidentg and Joyce Welch,
tudents Plan head
Bob Thompson gives a preview of the club's plans for the future The members of Future Lawyers are Joyce
Welch, William Castille, Brenda Cappadona, Mike Spell Came Brzot Mr Rex Copeland sponsor Kay Marshall
Ronald Spell, Nancy Bailey, and Bob Thompson
or Medical Clan
THE FUTURE DOCTORS' CLUB aids
students interested in medicine and
familiarizes them with the medical
profession. It provides an introduction
to the long, rough schedule that is re-
quired of all students who wish to en-
ter the field of medicine. The club
helps to find the answers to pertinent
questions that arise during the year.
This year the members took two field
trips. They visited the .lohn Sealy
Hospital in Galveston and the Baylor
Medical Center in Houston.
LISTENING ATTENTIVELY TO Mr. Darrell Ardoin are Mrs. Sandra Shaw and
Mr. Alfred Hebert, sponsors of the Future Doctors of America.
DOT-DASH-DOT-DASH! Does a pulse beat
usually come through in Morse Code? Seeking an
answer are these officers of Future Doctors: Demetrius
Loukas, presidentg Rita Leibling, treasurer, Mike
Kuhitz, vice-presidentg and Louis Anselmo, secretary.
MRS. SHAW HOLDS the at-
tention of the members as
she reports on the latest med-
ical development. Members of
the Future Doctors-FRONT
ROW: Roy Druitt, Glenn Wil-
lis, Danny DeVillier, Larry
Fergusson, John Bigham, Paul
Paris, and Fred Loeb. SEC-
OND ROW: Jerry Hebert,
Major Hightower, Elizabeth
Foster, Karen Johnson, Shir-
ley Zingleman, Rita Leibling,
Jeff Kush, and Bill Long.
THIRD ROW: Larry Vidrine,
T. C. Roddy, Tommy Ryan,
Sam Colletti, Dan Cliffe, and
Slide Rule Meets Early
Mrs. Laverna Keifer keeps Slide Rule Club members hoping to win added trophies.
SLIDE RULE CLUB at-
tracts those Who will pursue
further math and science
studies. It is chartered by
Student Congress, but it has
no officers. The group meets
twice weekly to get special
practice in the use of the
mathematics needed to make
use of this instrument.
This is a small segment of approximately 150 who came in regularly for early morning instruction. Competition is keen for
representing TJ at Interscholastic meets.
Junior Red Cross Aid
helped decorate the Christmas tree for the enjoyment of all students. Included in
group are Linda Broussard, Carolyn Prince, Becky Wriborg, Kay Marshall, Dianna
s Linda Mathews, and Janice Cook.
Every homeroom sends
a representative to Junior
Red Cross meetings held
each month. This group
helps in national projects,
such as making cartoon
books for hospitals and col-
lecting items for boxes to
be given to needy children.
Each one who contributes to
the All School Chest Fund
becomes a member of the
fficel-5 and Sponsors include M1-, Kenneth Parker, Mrs. Sandra Shaw, Adrienne Iverson, vice presidentg
inda Broussard, president: Pat Gulley, program chairman.
MEMBERS OF FUTURE NURSES-SEATED: Carolyn Bievenue, Tobin Weaver, Julia
Crookshank, Connie Breaux, Dawn Carona, Delia Dunklin, Nancy Ellis, Susan Young,
and Lynn Wallace. STANDING: Janice l.eBouef, Janet Loar, Kay Malin, Brenda Richard,
Annis McRee, Carol Parks, Lynn Fitzgerald, Marsha Woodall, Linda Courville, Linda
Hayes, and Cynda Vincent.
The need for trained. nurses and medical workers is growing each year. The
Future Nurses Club introduces interested girls to the varied fields of nursing
and helps them plan study courses which will prepare them to enter the
medical school of their choice. The club provides actual experiences in
patient contact, and more than 6,000 hours of volunteer service was given hy
the cluh. The club took the annual field trip, which lasted two days. During
this trip, they visited the open house at Hotel Dieu in Beaumont, Rusk
State Hospital in Rusk, the health museum in Dallas, and the Children's
Hospital in Fort Worth.
MEMBERS OF FUTURE NURSES-FRONT ROW: Penny Thomas, Sherilyn Lacey,
Linda Brown, Charlotte Brinson, Melinna Hollier, Connie Ragio, Connie Guidry. MIDDLE
ROW: Pat Gulley, Carol Skillman, Carol Brown, Paula Strickland, Dian Dunnam, and
Dianah Solis. BACK ROW: Toni Griffin, Peggy Thomas, and Bonnie Macbeth.
MR. MCGEE AND Mrs. Kay have
nated this special set of text hooks
behalf of The National Foundation
the March of Dimes, Jefferson
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ter to Mrs. Jesse Miller, the spon- MEMBERS OF FUTURE NURSES-STANDING: Kay Titus, Mary Wright, Karen
of the Future Nurses club. The Baxter, Nancy Bowden, Karen Banhess, Kitty Hebert, Bonnie Neal, Nona Hoffpauir.
s will be especially used for re- SEATED: Edwina Rabioles, Linda Landry, Dian Feltman, Edna Mathews, Molly Clinton,
ch on Birth Defects, Judy Holberg, Mary English, Carolyn Weisinger, and ,lean Hall.
gig, ,, Rae Wagner
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THE OFFICERS OF THE FUTURE NURSES!SEATED: Becky Devillier and Diana
Thomas. STANDING: Linda Broussard, Diana Solis, Judi Rhody, Carolyn Cappadona,
Ann MacManus, Paula Strickland, Nancy Richards, Connie Raggio, Donna LeBlanc, and
HELPING INTERESTED STUDENTS
to learn business tactics is the main
function of the Future Business Lead-
ers of America club. The club is spon-
sored by Mr. Rex Copeland, Mrs.
Linda Bentley, Mrs. Mable Swanzy,
and Mrs. Betty Cowan. The members
have been very fortunate in having
several leading local businessmen at
their night meetings. They have also
visited several local business firms.
Future Business Leade
HAVING BEEN SHOWN the new
office equipment by experts, the
officers of FBLA smile confidently.
They are Pat Flanagan, president,
Maurine Hooks, vice-president,
Sue Chambless, secretaryg Vickey
Belz, treasurer, Regina ' Droddy,
parliamentariang and Carolyn
TOO MUCH FEMININE advice can confuse even the best typist, concludes Mr.
Rex Copeland, one of the quartet of FBLA sponsors. Others include Mrs. Linda
Bentley, Mrs. Mable Swanzy, and Mrs. Betty Cowan.
earn Business Tactics
E MEMBERS ARE: BOTTOM: Peggy Thomas Patsy .loranstad Connie Rush Barbara Cude Sue Chamhless Gayle Giddens
:resa Dupuy, Sandra Richards, Penny Thomas Sherilyn Lacey and Pat Flanagan TOP Georgia Smith Christine Patm Betty St
', Linda Beall, Pat Pommier, Regina Droddy Cheryl Droddy Mar aretha Bullock Sherrie McDonald Patsy Smith Mary Ann Rethke
1 Merritt, Carlene Swan, and Maurine Hooks
HE REMAINING MEMBERS in-
ide: BOTTOM ROW: Carolyn Blank-
ship, Becky Resendez, Beverly Shav-
,, Vickey Belz, ,lo Ann DeLa Cruz,
d Sheila Beach. SECOND ROW:
anne Phillips, Sharon Broussard, Mer-
Quibedeaux, Emma Gonzales, Char-
te Thibedeaux, Sidney Prince, Rich-
l Gardner, and John Garcia. THIRD
JW: Jodie Andrus, Carolyn Bra.nch,
e Castille, Donna Sehastain, Sue
ndry, Penny Nevils, Sandy Bou-
zauz, Pat LaSalle, Jeanette Jones,
se Vasquez, Susan Hartford, Wanda
stille, and Susan Caldwell.
C. J. BOURC AND JIM GRATZ give a quick demonstration of the
type of work they often do.
DE Members Organiz
Approximately eighty students combine work and
school with the aid of the Distributive Education
program, and this common interest in earning and
learning is the basis for membership in the Dis-
tributive Education Club. Meetings are held once
a month in the evenings. Since the most important
event of the year is the spring banquet, the club
decided to use most of their space to show how
they looked when they entertained their bosses at
the Driftwood late in the spring.
Although the club is a rather loosely knit
organization as far as procedures go, these
officers helped generate enthusiasm for the
general program. They include the follow-
ing: Skippy Chatelain, presidentg Marshall
Hensley, vice-presidentg Bertha Brown, sec-
retaryg Nancy Bailey, corresponding secre-
taryg Belinda Cappadonna, treasurer. Mrs.
Dell Hille, program co-ordinator, also spon-
sors the club.
ourteenth nnual Banquet
Marshal Hensley was voted the out-
standing boy in the DE program. Bev-
erly Blanchard fcenterl received the
award for the girls, and Beverly Crow-
der frightl, was honored as DE sweet-
heart at the banquet. Leland Caspard
served as master of ceremonies.
Other students who appeared on the
program were Ronald Nickleson, Bobby
Atchley, George Cappell, and Martha
Upton. Others were Wayne Rodgers,
Danny Styles, Mary Jordan, Ray Can-
ada, Maurice LeBlanc, Rudy Vaughn,
Margaret Huehel, Beverly Blanchard,
Sandy Johnson, Susie Johnson, and
This was the fourteenth DE banquet when student workers put on their best fmery to become hosts and hostesses to therr
bosses and supervisors.
'QCliek7' Goes the Shutter
ONE WAY TO capture memorable moments
is through pictures. The sponsor of the Cam-
era Club, Mr. Roger Russell, helps students
interested in photography to learn more about
parts of the camera, and the production and
development of pictures. The members enjoy
many individual projects throughout the year.
A FUZZY PICTURE disqualifies a possible contest
winner. Guiding the informal gatherings of the Cam-
era Club are Jeanette Bergeron, presidentg Mr. Roger
Russell, sponsor, and Carolynn Bamette, vice-presi-
THE CAMERA, A complica
device, is the center of discuss
at a typical Camera Club m
ing. The members learn m
valuable camera techniques. T
are Jeanette Bergeron, Caro
Barnette, Bill Powell, Bill Hebin
Bart Bragg, Don Killebrew,
not and Joe Martinez
Ifurnpkin, Dan Smith, Bobby T
Films Boost Learning
EVERY YEAR ONE'S knowledge expands, and films con-
tribute greatly to this process. The members of the Pro-
jectors Club make this possible. It is a service organization
and is composed of boys who wish to devote their regular
study hall time to helping teachers in need of someone to
project various films. The librarian, Mrs. Marcelle Pitman,
trains members to operate the projectors and helps them
coordinate the needs of the teachers and the services of-
"YOU SEE, THIS gizmo is connected to that gadget," explains
Mrs. Pitman to Jackie Gulley, secretaryg Dickie White, presidenlg
and Norma Reeves, vice-president.
LEARNING MORE ABOUT the parts of the projectors are the members of the Projectors Club. SITTING:
Mike Hilliard, Ronald Chaddrick, Tommy Ryan, Norman Reeves, Jackie Gulley, and Wayne Mayfield. STAND-
ING: Robert Hundertman, Lynn Lemoine, Richard Knight, Paul.Stewart, Alvin Goodyear, Mike Broussard,
and Skippy Sudduth.
Plays Add Color
THE REPERTOIRE OFFICERS are hunting for new
techniques which will help them this year in the field
of drama. SITTING: Mary Beth Boyanton, historian:
Ellen Beauchamp, secretary, and Maria Rutt, parlia-
mentarian. STANDING: Lynn Bond, presidentg ,Iudy
Miller, treasurer, and Bob Thompson, vice-president.
Plays and other programs' are p
sented throughout the school year
the members of Repertoire. The c
is divided into two groups: the Sp
lighters, consisting of old membe
and Footlighters, consisting of n
members. The most active membt
who participate the greatest num
of hours belong to the Rep level.
Players help strengthen the cultu
interests of our town.
CUIDING THE FORTUNE and destiny
Repertoire are Mr. Louis King and M
FIRST ROW: Robbi Laemm
Betty Formagus, Susan Floy
Starline Baker, Carol McPherso
Fay Trahan, Maria Rutt, and ,Iuc
Miller. SECOND ROW: Bill .Iohl
SOD, Justin Cambell, Mary Bet
Boyanton, Phyliss Daigle, Kara
Johnson, Rise Lind, Dorthy Jacl
son, and Lynn Bond. THIR
ROW: .limmey Beasley, Elle
Beauchamp, Pat Hebert, Sane
Toliver, Judy Fletcher, and Bi
ctors, Debaters - TJ Has Both
ESE MEMBERS ARE enjoying a
produced, directed, and acted by
nette Bergeron and Ronnie Absire.
IADING THE TRUNK of a car, bearing a Lousiana license plate, indicates that the Repertoire mem-
.s are entering the degate meet in New Orleans. The lucky members are Jerry Sharpless, Terry Brown,
n Claire Cotham, Mr. Louis King, Benny Hutson, Justin Campbell, Larry Sbarpless, Bob Thompson,
eresa Mark, Prissy Jordan, and Gail Sanders.
NGift of Gab" Gathers
Many Forensic Honors
The Forensic Society is a great help to students
who plan frequent public speeches or the pursuit
of the lawyer,s profession. One must be active in
Forensic events before he can be eligible for mem-
bership, which is determined by invitation. Events
include debate, oratory, extemporaneous speaking,
and dramatic interpretation. TJ was represented in
five debate tournaments: Bellaire, Spring Branch,
Lamar, Baylor, and the Tulane University Glendy-
Burke Tournament. The club entered the district
University Interscholastic League competition for
one-act plays. In the Baylor debate tournament, Bob
Thompson and Justin Campbell advanced to semi-
finals in extemporaneous speaking, debate, and ora-
tory. They were chosen fifth out of two hundred
teams. In the Spring Branch tournament, three of
TJ's students advanced to the semi-final position:
Roxie Roll, Lynn Bond, and Bob Thompson. Bob
also won a first place medal and trophy in the ora-
tory division. Dora Scalco, Lynn Bond and Bob
Thompson won first place trophies at the Lamar
tournament. Dora also won a second place medal.
THE OFFICERS OF Forensic Society are Don Bozell, presidentg Trl'
resa Marks, secretaryg Prissy Jordan, parliamentariang and Justin Ca
.JUSTIN IS EXPLAINING a few points to keep in mind when competing in tournaments. SITTING: Gail Saunders, Dorothy Jackso
Mary Boyanton, Robbi Laemmle, Kay Marshall, and Theresa Marks. STANDINGQ Bob Thompson, Larry Sharpless, Don Rozell, Jer
Sharpless, Benny Hutson, Prissy Jordon, Roxie Boll, Mike Hendryx, Lee Pelz, Paul Moore, and Justin Campbell.
FICERS OF CREATIVE Writers are Tim
mmerlin, presidentg Bobby Theriot, vice-presi-
nt, Shirley Schmidt, secretaryg Jeanie Mon-
y, treasurerg and Linda Brown, parliamen-
ATTENTIVELY TO Tim Summerlin while he conducts a typical
are BACK ROW: Geary Hamilton, Dorothy Jackson, Bobby Theriot,
Smith. SECOND ROW: Shirley Schmidt, Phyllis Wilson, Lee Lumpkin,
Heibenk. THIRD ROW: Jeanne Montroy, Carol Barbay, Mary Christian,
Otto. FRONT ROW: Suzie Thornton, Robert Terry, Merle Coward,
Instant Authorship is not promised to members
of Creative Writers, but a knowledge of correct
grammar and avoiding cliche ideas certainly help
in writing impromptu papers. The sponsors are
Miss Ann Jones, Mrs. Isabella Bjerring, Mr.
William Green, Mrs. Margaret Parker and Miss
DISCUSSING THE CLUB activi-
ties are the sponsors: SEATED:
Miss Ann Jones and Mrs. Isabella
Bjerring. STANDING: Mr. Wil-
liam Green, Mrs. Margaret Parker,
and Miss Doris Crisp.
LINDA PARKER, VICE-PRESL
DENTQ Rose Gonzales, secretaryg
and Jo Ann De La Cruz, presi-
dent, admire Martha Dela Rosa's
colorful Spanish costume.
Learning to Spe
AS LATIN AMERICAN AFFAIRS grow
closer in relation to the United States, know-
ing how to speak Spanish pays off. This year
the members of the Pan Am Club attended the
Pan Am Student Forum Convention in Austin.
This yearis projects include writing to pen
pals, exchanging tapes with Spanish-speaking
countries, and translating books for students
in Mexico. Students currently taking Spanish
and former students are eligible for member-
ship. The' sponsors are Miss Margaret McGinty
and Mr. Ernesto Guzman. The club is growing
each year. It is no wonder because the mem-
bers have access to various Spanish literature
and become acquainted with the music, art, and
traditions of the Spanish-speaking people.
MISS MARGARET MCGINTY puts up the year's
calendar while Mr. Ernesto Guzman reminds her of
the important events concerning the Pan Am Club that
will take place this year.
Efty, Johnny Jackson, Carol
panish Pays ff
MBERS OF PAN AM Club-
ONT ROW: Tony Guerrero,
ia Barbosa, Martha dela Rosa,
ry Collazo, Rose Lona, and Jo
De la Cruz. STANDING:
dra Dionne, Kay Marshall, Bob-
Theriot, Fred Gloria, Marie
co, and Mary Lou Orozco.
OTHER MEMBERS-FRONT ROW: Robert
Avilez, Linda Flores, Sylvia Daniels, Estela de la
Rosa, Galvan, Gloria Hicks, Carolyn Sepeda,
Becky Resendez, and Emanuel Dimiceli. SECOND
ROW: Mary Ann Koerth, Anna Lopez, Linda
McClintock, Janie Tennent, Kay Whitlow, and
Susan Daniels. THIRD ROW: Emma Gonzales,
Phyllis McBride, Shasa Perez, Cheryl Snoek,
Linda Parker, Dana Morgan, Prissy Jordan.
FOURTH ROW: Gerald de Leon, Billy Lanclow,
and Roy Flores.
ia Barbosa, Cynthia Marti-
z, Connie Roberts, Lana
lmand, and Betty Jo He-
rt. STANDING: Terry Wig-
s, Earl Kitchens, Allan
arsh, Janet Rhodes, Marsha
nter, Mike Elizando, Rob-
McCullough, Bart Bragg,
cl Randall Guillory.
'Jugsi Draws Many New embe
The Jefferson Union of Germa
if . 'E
Students, hence JUGS, encourage
those in the Foreign Languag
Department, especially those i
. German courses, to maintain a
5 interest in the program. Althoug
, - Q meetings were not scheduled on
it Q regular basis during the past year
- 1 an occasional session with an appl
1 strudel and some good talk i
ff German added spice to class ses
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Mr. Michael Johnson, sponsor, takes a look at the spring scene. This is his first year
on the Jefferson faculty.
MEMBERS OF THE GERMAN CLUB-FIRST ROW: Dora Scalco, Marguerite Castro, Charlotte Seewoster, Karen
Johnson, Carolyn Hoffpauir, and Beverly Domaschk. SECOND ROW: Jennifer Huber, Rise Lind, Devera Jones,
Susan Lamplen, Donnie Haynes, Jeanne Johnston, Phoebe Malmgren, Maria Rutt, and Elizabeth Blevins. THIRD
ROW: Bill Patton, Brent Landry, David Auld, Dickie Shinn, Jeff Holberg, Lee Lumpkin, Julius Eickenhorst,
Robert Brock, and Dennis White.
evelopers of Deeper ppreciation
LPING T0 DEVELOP a deeper appreciation
art, the A11 Club, sponsored by Mr. Roger
ssell, adds a touch of color to various school
ctions. Throughout the year the showcase, stage
s, and campaign signs are evidence of the mem-
rs' abilities. This year the Art Club Sponsored
TCU traveling exhibit, took a field trip to the
useum of Fine Arts in Houston, and entered the
ley's Regional Scholastic Art Magazine Exhibit,
ere eleven TJ students won awards. Work was
o entered in the Port Arthur Art League Ex-
bit and in an exhibit at Lamar Tech.
'LBUT YOU SEE the trees are too . . ." remarks Mr. Roger Russell
sponsor, to Laura Tindell, secretary, and Jeanette Bergeron, vice-presi
EVERAL MEMBERS ENJOY comments made by Steve Harris, president of the Art Club. The members are: STANDING:
erry DeRouen, Steve Evens, Alton McCord, Ronald Mase, Gary Parks, Serigo Ortiz, Don Killerbrew, Joe Martinez, Johnny
lendez. SEATED: Laura Tindell, Debbie Gouthier, Shirley Schmidt, Joyce Darling, Steve Harris, Nancy Good, Charlotte
JCL ees Familiar Fac
Mrs. Judy Heard, Mrs. Geraldine Johnson, department chairman, and
Miss Margaret Miller admire a student project displaying a Roman
JCL gives students an opportunity to learn more
about the ancient civilization of the Romans and
our classical heritage. The club has one of the-
largest memberships in the school. The first major
event of the year was the Saturnalia, when firsi
year students were promoted. The Roman Banque
was held in the spring. JCL Honor Society wa:
organized in which a student must have an 2AfI
average in the first year of Latin and 4'A"7s tht-
first two nine weeks of second year Latin.
Presiding over JCL are tl
officers which are Dial
Reigner, secretaryg Robe
Schmidt, vice-presidentg B4
Thompson, presidentg ai
Jan Horsak, treasurer.
IVIBLRS are SITTING
e Carlquist Kay Powell
ron Robinson Tommy
n Claire Geisen Cynthia
nson and Donna Schmidt
NDING Gary Willis
rles ,Iayroe Dub Hardin
Miner Harold Leavell
Well as New
FIRST YEAR MEMBERS are-
SITTING: Sheila Messina, Molly
Roddy, Beverly Zumo, Carrie Bi-
zot, .Io Marie Ryan, and Judy
Holberg. STANDING: .Iimmy Ash-
craft, Tommy Cain, David Meeker,
Henry Gregory, Anthony Romero,
and Raymond Murry.
FIRST YEAR MEM-
TING: Janet Loar, Fran-
ces Griffith, Pam For-
sythe, Pat Freeman, Star-
son. STANDING: Robert
Weldon, Bruce Owens,
David Meeker, Henry
lene Baker, Tracey Ed-
wards, and Linda Steven-
Gregory, and Bobby Nun-
FIRST YEAR ME.
SITTING: Clara Beard, '
Wilson ,Io Anna P
THIRD YEAR MEMBERS of
JCL are Keith Moore, Joyce Dar-
ling, Sheila Swicegood, Diane Reig-
ner, T. C. Roddy, Nancy Harman,
Sandra Denton, Carol Skaff, Roh-
ert Schmidt, and .Iamie Creed.
Gully, Bonnie Clinton
Andrews, and Kay
aro, Benny Hutson,
Ioubert, John Baron,
Carter, Edward Richey
Neil, Forrest Forquc,
THE AYES HAVE it! Membr
of .ICL Senate-STANDING: B
Thompson, Sheila Swicegood, Gw
Henry, Mike Trahan, Starle
Baker, Theresa Marks, Don Rozf
Harold Leavell, Margaret Reeburg
Bill Stack, and Mary Jane Hi
SITTING: Diane Reigner, and ,I
Second Year embers
Enjo Roman Banquet
SECOND YEAR MEMBERS -
STANDING: Pete Coldhlum,
George Roddy, Mary Sirrnan, Al-
len Newsome, and Don Rozelle.
SEATED: Cindy White, .lane Bus-
sey, Ernigl Brockschmidt, Linda
Bottoms, Connie Garner, .lanet
Noel, Denise Loupe, and Toni
THE ANNUAL ROMAN Banquet was held May 4 in the cafeteria. OTHER SECOND YEAR MEMBERS-STANDING:
Janice Hassinger, Mary ,lane Hill, Vedon Otto, Carlton Fuss, Jan Horsak, Pat Page, Linda Cuccio, Ronald Mayes, Beverly
O,Neal, Kenneth Miller, John Bigham, Susan Moritz, Phyliss Daigle. SEATED: Pat Piggot, Shirley Schmidt, Jackie Benfield,
Frances Wilcox, Patsy Smith, Claudia Wingate, Pam Dugan, ,loan Millar, Marcelyn Gooch.
Members Are lnstalled
lnto JCL Honor Soeiet
JCL has sponsored an honor society for members qualifying with an A average in two years of Latin.
The newly-installed members are: QSEATEDJ Margaret Reeburgh, Jane Bussey, Erma Brocksehmidt, Diane
Riegner, Sue Dixson, Claudia Wingate, Sheila Ann Swicegood, and Susan Moritzg fSTANDlNCvl Gwen
Henry, Donna LeBlanc, Vedon Otto, Phil Fleckman, Kenneth Wolf, Norma Schroeder, Robert Schmidt, Ken-
neth Miller, Carleton Fuss, Shirley Ann Schmidt, and Sue Ellen Capps. Not pictured are Sandra Denton,
Scott Russell, Michael Trahan, and Al Wehner.
THESE ARE SOME
the many second ye
JCL members. STANI
ING: Wayne Baloi
Beorge Holmes, T. '
Roddy, Russell Demla
Bob Thompson. SEAl
ED: Gwen Henry, M
garet Reeburgh, S
Dixon, Norma Schroed
Earlene Masonia, Regi
Droddy, and Sue Capp
Ellis McBride, Buddy Delaney,
ientific Field Is Broadened
VQUID? THAT may be the biology specimen Mr. John Godwin is using to fascinate Boomy
Lkins, president of the Advanced Science Club. Fellow sponsors include Mr. Bill Tolar and
Since many careers are ad-
vancing in the scientific field,
it is wise to be a member of
the Advanced Science Club.
One must maintain a "B"
average and have two years
in both math and science. Of
special interest are individual
reports from those who have
attended summer science pro-
grams where they worked on
college levels ranging from
biology to nuclear physics.
3 A SNAP! A snapping turtle
is. These scientists are taking
iorough inventory of this live
zimen. The members are SIT-
G: Margaret Reeberg, Gail
riders, Judy Miller, Benny Hut-
David Auld. STANDING:
y Daniels, Bill Scale, Bill
ison, Paul Robideaux, Dan
f, and Dan Banks.
'el Love Par
REMINISCENT OF SPRINGTIME in Paris, French,
Club members enjoyed a spring banquet as the most
important event of the year. To belong, one must be
presently enrolled in French. Former class students
are also eligible for membership. French music, art,
and customs are the main centers of interest for
this group. With the guidance of Miss Sandra Cole
and Miss Peggy Bruce, the club enables its members
to learn more about the culture, geography, and
ways of life of the French people.
MISS COLE AND Miss Bruce seem to have taken over the
record corner at the Christmas party for French Club
HIT IS TOO pretty to cut," exclaims Dora Scalco, presidentg Elizabeth Flynn, vice-presidentg Jan Willoughby, secretary, and
Candy Matlock, treasurer.
MEMBERS OF FRENCH
FIRST ROW: Cheri Moritz,
Pierce, Linda Downs, Karen
, Marion Turner, and Rena
sfield. SECOND ROW: Ann
ey, Joyce Welch, Kathy
ds, and Linda Hays. THIRD
: Deana Denbo, Linda Wil-
on, Susan Floyd, Lynn Bond,
Gillman, Janice Townsend,
Arrington, Betsey Meeker,
hanie Fuselier, Pat Parent,
ened the Christmas season for French
ROLING PARTY, held in the cafeteria,
members. They sang in the native
FRENCH CLUB MEMBERS were
entertained ,at an informal coke
party in the cafeteria. This social
was one of the special events of
the club. Additional members in-
Hardy, John Parent, Judy Kirken-
dal, Diane Duplan, Brenda Pile-
tere, Sharon Lopez, Sandra Clan-
an, Delia Ann Dunklin, Gail Nor-
strum, Andrea Commander, Susan
Castile, Sherry Morgan, Susan
Barnard, Murry Haber, Judy To-
bias, and Betty Formagus. BACK-
GROUND: Alan Sonnier, Ford
Peyton, Laura Bottoms, Sharon
Blanton, Eleanor Ferguson, Judy
Castile, Sheila Louvier, Pat Mc-
Carey, and Greg Davis.
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PRESIDENT - David Watts
SECRETARY -- Judy Menard
TREASURER - Jan Willoughby
VICE PRESIDENT - Jerry Sharples
5 Chosen as Congressmen
FALL CONGRESSMEN-FRONT ROW: C. Snoek, J. Menard, S. Haskell, R. Liebling, P. Stansbury,
S. Boudreaux, J. Free, D. Borel. BACK ROW: T. Brown, B. Landon, K. Loupe, L. Sharpless.
SPRING CONGRESSMEN-FRONT ROW: S. Capps, J. Horsak, L. Easterling, B. Edwards. SECOND
ROW: P. LaSalle, B. McBeth, J. Andrus, D. Jones, J. M. Ryan. BACK ROW: R. Flores, B. Collins, J.
Eickenhorst, J. Sharpless.
Juniors Add to Lively Timl
From early football season .... Through election time ....
Until they conclude the school year. .luniors move into pluves of leadership.
JUNIOR GOVERNORS-FRONT ROW: A. Romero, J. Bigham, G. Methvin, R. Couwille. SECOND ROW: M.
Reeburgh, J. Huff, P. Dugan, L. Easterling, N. Green, N. Bushnell. THIRD ROW: J. McBride, L. Parker, N.
O'Neal, S. Castro, L. Plaia, M. Simmons, C. Hampton. TOP ROW: D. Haynes, J. Emmons, D. Baker, P. Rabuck,
J. Barnard, C. Moore.
Jo Ann Alexander
,Io Beth Bower
Junior Girls Lear
PENNY THOMAS IS all snules as she models her newly made Jumper whlle Evelyn Gllbert
and Karen Pace admxre her work
HE REMEMBERED! EXCLAIMS Sherilyn Lacey as her
homecoming corsage is delivere
Excited Juniors Aw
HCOME ON, GANG, put on those stompin' shoes" is the shout that echoes through the gym
as Juniors promote school spirit.
Estela de la Rosa
Orelia de la Rosa
Esmeralda De los Santos
ALICE ROUNTREE AND Jan Willoughby pf
Boys Slave to in -
the real winners of letter jackets are girls.
irls Reap Rewards
J eff F elder
Jane Ann Glass
Education and Enjo me
AUDITORIUM PROGRAMS PROVE entertaining for everyone.
ake Jumor Year Complete
'LBUT I KNOW I deserve an 'A'," exclaims Renee Dickson as
she discusses a report card grade with teacher Mlss Hogue
Assassmauon Dims Christmas Jo
Mary Jane Hill
STUDENTS LEARN TO temper grief with Joy as news of President Kennedys death spreads
Juniors Stud Macbeth
"FAIR IS FOUL and foul is fair." . . . Junior English students suspect Miss Creswell of witches' tactics in de-
vising the exam questions.
EXCITED JUNIORS ANXIOU
LY purchase their senior ring
Bobbie J ones
J enette Jones
William J ones
Y M E N A R D ,
RA Carter, Jan Wil-
hby, David Watts,
Jerry Sharpless take
in "Youth in Focus
:k" by participating
iscussion groups over
outh in Focus Weeli',
Mary Ellen Knight
Mary Ann Koerth
Mary Lou Landry
Pat La Salle
pring Brings New
TAKING TIME OUT
model their shifts and :chu
dresses" that have been
popular this year are C
Skillman, .lackie Jones, C
Smith, and Peggy Thomas
ashions and pril howers
Laura lo Maceiras
HAS nothing on
these students as
they plow through
the rain to get to
their next classes.
enior Guidance ls Helpful
ANN HAMILTON, THE '63-'64 Drum Major of the Red Hussars, gives Pam Dugan, Judy Huff, Nancy Meadows, Marilyn
Weeks, Jan Horsak, Jan Willoughby, and Nancy Bushnell pointers before the '64--'65 try-outs begin.
What a Beautiful Pla I
JUNIORS CONTRIBUTE MANY long hours of hard work to make the
final production of the musical play, OKLAHOMA, a success.
Allan Wliyne Nance
ffices Are Fill
TJ ITES ARE HELD spellbound as Cary Chelette oes through an acrobatic routine during cheerleader try-outs
1' the School Term
TERRY BROWN STEPS up to the mike as victor in the race for the Cold vice-presidential nomination.
The skit on Roman life put on by Claire Gieson and Donna Schmidt brought many laughs to the remaining JCL
members at the annual Saturnalia.
David Pond Smith
ome to a Close
JUBILANT JACKETS WHOOP and holler as spring training comes to an end.
A. J. Romero
Jumors Take Part
4'IT'S NOT AS easy as it looks," remark these girls as they begin the forty-five pull-ups necessary to achieve
credit for full participation in the physical fitness program.
Jo Marie Ryan
Micky Schuartze g
hysioal Fitness Program
'492-93-94-UGH,' is a familiar sound from the boys when they are expected to do 100 push-ups to complete
their physical fitness program.
Betty .lo Scott
Betty Sr. Cyr.
J ack Steele
IF CAMPUS PARKING is improved next year, it will he the result
planning by Congressmen Jo Marie Ryan, Gary Storey, and Dianne Born
or Senior Year
ASPIRANTS STRIKE POSES in tryouts for the school play,
"A Slave with Two Faces
Billy Joe Usey
LEAP WEEK BRINGS about a cha!
Leap Weeli l
face for both boys and girls.
CABINET MEMBERS-FIRST ROW:
J. Wiltz, .I. Wiltz, S. Wilkinson, L.
Whitehead, C. Smith. BACK ROW:
V. Otto, C. Hightower, L. Gardner, and
iFIRST ROW: J. A.
Glass, L. Capps, S. Tol-
liver, E. de los Santos,
P. McCarry, P. Piggott.
SECOND ROW: A. R.
McKee, M. Kirwin, E.
Morgan, G. Booth, K.
Easley. THIRD ROW:
J. Bigham, D. Stanley,
B. Jackson, D. Auld.
eniors 96 C i ii
NCING IS ALWAYS a
FNIOR PROM IN April
ought out best spring finery.
A Hawaiian theme was adopted for the decoration
motifs of the Junior Prom.
Planned by the various committees from Cabinet,
the event was such a success that Junior Class editor
Dianne Borel forgot to tell the photographer which
pictures to make for her section, and it was neces-
sary to make studio pictures which are a reasonable
facsimile of the original occasion.
Cabinet is made up of representatives from each
homeroom. Their activities are under the direction
of faculty sponsors Mrs. Martha Taylor, Mr. John
Godwin, and Mr. Corley.
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Congressmen Represent Homerooms
BUSY MEMBERS OF the Spirit Corrunittee,
Mike Hendryx and Tommy Long, work hard on
ROW: E. Georgi, D. Ladner, K. Gaston, C.
Bizot, L. R. Fenn. SECOND ROW: C. Linder,
M. Knight, M. Showalter, C. Patin. TOP ROW:
J. Keeling, D. Meeker, C. ltin, and G. Storey.
OTHER CONGRESSMEN-FIRST ROW: D.
Feltman, J. Simon, M. Theriot, C. Ritchey.
SECOND ROW: N. Underwood, B. Lennox, E.
Hardy, G. Meaux. THIRD ROW: F. Painton,
T. Long, C. Weathingtofn and R. Abshire.
Sophs Have 6 in Cabinet
MEMBERS OF SOPHOMORE Cabi-
net are-FIRST ROW: S. Clouse, and
C. Marsh. SECOND ROW: L. McLain.
THIRD ROW: E. Rose, and C. Beard.
FOURTH ROW: C. Chandler, and AZ
McRee. FIFTH ROW: K. Eaves, F.
Schneidor, G. Christie, B. Hackbaith,
B. Triebel, J. Sedtal.
OTHER REPRESENTATIVES TO
Cabinet are--FIRST ROW: J. Brous-
sard, and K. Martin. SECOND ROW:
T. Enright, C. Weisinger, C. Parks,
and M. Clinton. THIRD ROW: C.
Handy, M. Smith, W. Grammer, S.
Logsdon, L. Patterson, and M. Woodall.
CABINET SPONSORS CHECK TO make sure all cabinet members a
eligible. Pictured are Mrs. Mabel Swanzy, Miss Doris Crisp, Mi1
Shelia Scott, and Mrs. Margaret Barry.
SOPHOMORE GOVERNORS ARE: BOTTOM ROW: J. Kirkendall, E.
Moss, and D. Noack. TOP ROW: F. Jones, and S. Baker.
Governors Head Sophomore Homerooms
YHER GOVERNORS ARE: SEATED: B. Draughon, D. Haynes, J. Castille, G. Coody, R. Murray, T. Wiggins, M. E. Holder, P. Deck
B. Johnson, B. Smith, D. Boudreaux, P. Hensley. AND STANDING: L. Pace, B. Kirchmer, K. Huber, D. Mingle, R. Lofton J
nlberg, M. Richardson, N. Norris. '
TYPICAL SOPHOMORE, PAT Woods,
enters TJ for the first time.
F 1rst Da Was Crea
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Excitement Rises as First Game
Linda Kaye Broussard
Linda Sue Broussard
Sophs Attend First Pep Rall
VIGOROUS SOPHOMORE BAND members play Fight Song at Jacket pep rallies.
J o Ann Cox
SPGC1E1ll Group ork
CUTTING UP IN Mr. Ardion's Biology class.
Lupe De La Rosa
ophomores Study Stock Marke
CONFUSION AND EXCITEMENT RISE as
Sophomores study the Stock Market. Buying
and selling mythical stock gave a realistic touch.
ootenann Is a Big Hit
Janet F razee
FOLK SONGS BRING en-
joyment to Seniors and .lun-
iors as Sophomores perform
Sophomores Fill Food Baske
P David Gaston
EARL KITCHENS, MARK HONEA, LaNell Genusa, and J anet Tansil busy themselves filling food baskets from Miss Jones'
ind Anxiously Await Holidays
Ada Beth Hill
.l eff Holberg
Mary Ellen Holder
C. B. Holland
ophs ram for 1d Terms
THESE SOPHOMORE GIRLS find crammm, for midterm a necessity even if its during lunch Pictured left
to right are Kay Powell Dianne Duplan Sharon Robinson Margaret Allred Susan Prerce Mariellen Showal
ter and Carolyn Handy
Plan '64-96 Schedules
J oe Mac Keeling
Karen La Borde
Sharlene La Fluer
SOPHOMORES HAVE BEEN faithful in their s
port of junior varsity sports. Mark Honea, the c
sophomore on the Jacket varsity, basketball te
J oe Martin
onstrates a shot to jv members, Bobby Kirch-
Randy Lofton, David Meeker, Phil Pate, and
pring Brings New
AFTER TEN DAYS of hard work and anxiety, the new Hussars are announced, bringing tears of relief and joy to
forty-nine sophomore girls.
J im Moritz
AD FOR THE baseball field
d new tennis courts: Kyle Hu!
r, Cherrie McVey, Jenny Alleng
d Bobby Kirchmer.
Jo Anna Phares
"I NEVER KNEW how much nelye it took to
ask someone out," says Mary Ellen Holder as
she dials Gary's number.
Leap Weeli Give
e Boys a Rest
GARY STOREY ENJOYS having leisure time
and more money in his pocket during this years'
SOPHOMORE BENNET FRIEDLANDER circles the candidates of his choice as
sophomores participate in their first election at TJ.
n All-School Election
F. J. Schexnayder
JUDY KIRKENDALL, THE only sophomore in the finals for cheerleader, puts the finishing
touches on her courtyard sign.
Classroom Stud Play
GEOMETRY IS ONE of the most in-
teresting subjects taken by sophomores.
In Mrs. Gregory's third period class
Paul Martin demonstrates a proof to
THE THINGS WE go through for Enghsh projects' exclaxms B111 Rambo as he IS
dressed in an authentic Roman costume by Chrlstme Patm and Libby Rosales
.lo Ann Tauzin
BEING SHORT IN STATURE DOESN'T stop Brenda
Pilitre from using T. .l.'s library. Darell Mingle assists
her in getting necessary books from the top shelves.
Useful b ophs
Barbara Jo Trahan
Sheryl Van Doren
Karen Van Hess
Carol Ann Vincent
CHECKING IN BOOKS is one of the surest signs of the end of schof
From this picture it is hard to tell who is happier, Mrs. McEwan or J4
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Learning to write news style requires a real
feeling for words plus the sense of differentiat-
ing between facts and facts that will interest
many people. It is this difference that makes
news. A good reporter acquires a nose for news
Planning and reporting for the school paper
usually brings satisfaction to those who do it,
not from the public acclaim they receive, but
from seeing others read the newspaper and
noting expressions of satisfaction.
The news staff is usually a closer-knit group
than others. It takes a sense of utogethernessi'
for the newspaper to succeed. When the paper
comes out looking sharp and crisp, the stories
sparkling with interest, and errors held to a
minimum, the entire staff basks in the sunshine
of approval. When some ublightv descends,
however, the staff often moves closer together
in order to shoulder the blame.
Where else can one learn to write and enjoy
companionship as on the newspaper?
MARIA RUTT, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
EDITOR RUTT AND CHARLES
BARNETT turn the tables to in-
terview newscaster Frank McGee,
who was principal Chamber of
Commerce banquet speaker.
Pilot Reporters Acquire kill
GOOD FILING SYSTEM often aids in getting material for a news story. Nancy Tatum, Jeannette Broussard, and
hn Canada consult hack issues of THE PILOT for information.
'. W. C. Jones and Mr. Gene Jackson see that THE PILOT is the
st printed paper in the state.
Associate editor Linda Beettle was
chosen PILOT sweetheart. Dianne
Borel was elected YELLOW JACKET
The Paper Goes to Pre
Getting the paper to appro
mately 1,000 subscribers v
the job of the circulati
staff. George Girard, stal
ing, was chief of the crc
Helping him are Artl
Fulda and Thomas Stopyr
Below: Carolyn Prince a
Barbara Melancon consult 1
Composing the main body
reporters were Kathlt
Wood, who usually report
the band and music nev
Patsy Smith, whose favol
assignment was page th
newsg Beverly Domascl
who wrote varied stories, a
Roxie Roll, who could wx
speech news, fill in with m
ing a lay-out for the annt
and generally do anyth:
a Result of Combined Efforts
EIELMA BEALL and SANDY
ADFORD CHECK a copy of
e paper to complete string
Joks. Thelma served as business
nager and Sandy often edited
ABOVE RIGHTJ Susan Arring-
'n became one of the most versa-
e reporters of the year, writing
erything from "Fillers" to edi-
irials. Linda Hays was general
ews assignment editor.
CECIL BAKER DEMONSTRATES mechanical problems of putting out a newspaper to Harold
Barnett, Einah Eppler, and Joe Richker.
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Stephanie Fuselierk, editor-in-chief, served her apprentice-
ship as Junior Class editor. Because of her good work,
she was promoted by Mrs. Mike Redman, sponsor, to the
top job as editor.
Mrs. Mike Redman, yearbook sponsor, also supervises the
school newspaper, THE PILOT.
Planning a history book more than 400 pages in length
is the job of the annual staff. They usually come into the
course inexperienced in- matters of making layouts, writing
copy, and planning pictures. They must learn fast how to
combine all elements so that the yearbook will not only be
complete but will compete on a professional basis for the
interest of its readers.
Indeed, there is an opportunity for creativity!
Margaret Hooks, business manager, checks on finances. Mr. P. T.
Reynolds is advertising sponsor, and Ann Clair Cotham has not only
edited the advertising section, but she sold most of the ads.
it for Creativit
Much of the success of the book depended upon this group. Betsey
Meeker planned and edited the Organizations Ann Andrews provided
help with Senior section and the Senior index. Steve Harris planned
the cover and the division pages.
.ludy Franklin edited the Girls' Sports section.
Shirley Scogins aided in this section, and she
also did the final editing of the Activities section.
Pat Flanagan served as associate editor and aided in the
business administration of the book.
Seniors Strive for ew Loo
Lyndon Wright, far right, edited the Senior section. He was aided by Jackie Spears, Trudy Wyble, and James Stilwell. It was
their decision to try a new look in this section hy placing the list of activities at the end of the section.
Frances Griffith and Lynn Bordelon planned the Favorites section. Janet Noel, assistant on the large Clubs division,
checks the page chart with Patsy Crochet.
hile there Look for Aoourao
Deanna Denbo, Clubs editor, rejoicingly turns the
pages of her section over to Randy Pratt.
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Rena Grossfield, left, was officially Faculty and Honors editor, but her
great versatility made her one of the most valuable members of the staff.
She was assisted by Maurine Hooks.
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Sophomore and Junior sections require unusual devotion to accuracy because so many pictures are involved. Charlotte Robbs
and Madeline Kampini assisted Kay Powell, sophomore editor. Dianne Borel was Junior editor and she was assisted by Penny and
When it comes to getting out
a yearbook, there a.re many
factors to consider and many
jobs to he done. This group
did the initial planning on
the Activities section: Chad
Jacobs, Roxie Roll, Bruce
Davis, and Ronnie Hudson.
Dedication to Kennedy
Decided by Sports Staf
The Sports section, headed by Boomy Hopkins,
did a thorough job of coverage. He was aided
hy Richard Taft, Tommy Hicks, and Gary San
It was their idea to dedicate the sports section
to the late President John F. Kennedy in honor
of his interest in the physical fitness program.
The tory ls Completed
So the story of THE LIVELY ONES from' September, 1963, until June.
1964, comes to a close. THE YELLOW JACKET staff looks back over
our efforts to compile a Worthwhile account of the events that have taken
place, and we find that We are indebted to many who have assisted us.
Surely we should mention lVlr. Roger Russell, art teacher, whose help in
designing the book was freely given. Mr. W. G. Jones, director of Industrial
Arts, has advised on a number of technical matters. Mr. P. T. Reynolds,
bookkeeping teacher, put his skills to use once more and kept the advertis-
ing accounts straight. Staff member Ann Claire Cotham sold the greatest
part ofthe ads.
Our photographers Frank Cricchio, J. C. Watkins, and Mrs. Arthur Rice
made the pictures that play a key role. Our publishers, Taylor Publishing
Company of Dallas, have furnished excellent materials and advice.
Those who aided in any way-by buying a book, by posing for a picture,
by collecting money in homerooms-have contributed to our picture of
THE LIVELY ONES, and We thank you.
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MEMBERS of the 1964- Yellow Jacket Football Team FRONT ROW: Claude Pardue, Terry Rozelle,
David Watts, Norman Reeves, Errol Guidry, Norman Moreau, Tommy Daniels, Buddy Ball, Chris
Bray, Charles Wilson, Mike Trahan, Tommy Hicks, and Jesse DeLee. SECOND ROW: Jim Methvin,
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"For All Tha+'s New in Shoes"
Porl' Arihur, Texas
3IO0 Gulfway Drive
7,7 Ryan "IT PAYS . . . 'ro SHOP our A WAYS!
Lake Charles, La.
f Complefe Floral Service
f Flowers Wired Anywhere
k Free Cify-Wicle Delivery
648 Fouah s+. YU 5-saw
Nighfs YU 5-5645
Congraiulaiions, Seniors '64
JAMES B. CREED
YU 3-252I I928 9+h Ave.
Jusfice of 'rhe Peace
MARKET, INC. DEWWT
me YU 3-477I-
235 7+h S+. YU ZSLLZI 44OI Procfer
"Our 4OH'1 Year"
"Wlwere Food ls King"
and All Ofher Ho+el Faciliiies
BUDDY WILLIAMS-LEONARD ROBERSON . ' MGR.. VIC SCARINZI
GENERAL INSURANCE ' J
AND A -
REAL ESTATE q
2005 Procfer S+ree+ H. 7 ea Congra+uIa+ionS
YU 5-8I I2 . V. ' Seniors '64
5'H'1 S'l'ree+ and Waco Ave.
Appliangeg D. M.
428 Waco Avenue 81
XC!" River and Harbor
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SJ DERRICK BARGES
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gig," GULF CGAST TOWING
lvifvggg 630-O4-05 Adams Building
"Es+ablished in I9I2"
Por'I' Arfhur, Texas
The Largesi' and Fines+ Furni+ure
S+ore Befween Hous+on and New Orleans
Wiih a Price for Every Pockei' Book.
-- AUTOGRAPHS -
Q Color or Black and WI1i+e
I629 Woodworlh Blvd.
Por'r ArI'I1ur, Texas
Miss Ann Mulkey
,A ' JIM'S
is I I OPEN s AM 'TIL 6 PM
Sherwin-Williams and Masury Pain'Is
Plumbing Supplies Keys
Garden Tools Lawn Mowers
Professional Tools IHand and EIecI'ricI
Glass Fencing Tool Ren'IaIs
"WE PUT THE -D-Q IN ED-U'-YOURSELF."
3225 Gulfway Drive
947 7+h S'I'ree+
Down+own and Jefferson Cify
6 I 7 Proc'I'er
340I Twin Cify Hwy.
TWEEDEL :::::::::'::: ::::::::::
BROS-I 'NC HAVEN FENCE co.
"Bes+ Prices In Town"
3625 25+I1 S+ree+
The Besf for Less
Pori' Ar-Ihur - New Orleans
64I0 Gulfway Dr. Groves, Texas
dm BLUE BoNNE'r
A. L. REYNOLDS 8. SON I I GMS and F,owe,s
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE ' 'ro SUII' Your
l435-37 Proc+er S'I'ree'I' Ta5I'9
DIaI YUIcon 3-2774 YU 2-6474
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"WE WISH YOU THREE-FOLD SUCCESS."
Congratulations to the 1964 Seniors
Good Luck to the Seniors of 1965 and 1966
2019 Procrer SI'ree+
Porf Ar1'hur, Texas
SABINE TOWING 81 TRANSPORTATICN
Sabine Towing Company
Ocean, Coastwise, Harbor and Intracoastal
Por? Arfhur, Texas
CI'fIIO'S SIUIIPE ETTE
- Ship CI1andIers -
Grocery and Marine Supplies
DON DONLEVY YU 3-469I
Nighf Phone I945 WoocIworI'I1
YU 5-48I2 Porf ArI'I1ur, Texas
IIIIIIII MFG. co.
QP? "SNOW OUEEH
Ladies' Fashions zeon eulfway Drive
706 9I-II Ave' Porf Ar-Ihur, Texas
D 8: D MISSES
726 9I'I1 Ave.
Dresses and Sporiswear
"WE DO ALL KINDS OF
320 7'Ih S+ree'I'
3I49 25+I1 S'I'ree'I'
AUTHORIZED AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION
CLEGG MOTORS MINGLE MOTOR COMPANY
COLEMAN OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC FRANK EDWARDS BUICK-GMC
INMAN CHEVROLET COMPANY RAIFORD MOTORS - FORD
KLEAS-LATHAM MOTOR CO. WEAVER-SCLERANDI PONTIAC CO
LINN MOTOR CO. RAMBLER
5 ' .
CRICCHIO FOOD MARKET
HOUSE OF FINE FOODS
III7 5+h Ave. YU
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Specializing in AuI'oma'I'ic
Transmissions and Froni'
Dial wo 2-5775 wb
EIecI'ric Con'rracI'ors C9 I T'
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Pori' ArI'hur, Texas
I5I'h and Bluebonnei' YU 3-2525
IRENPS SPENCE as. HOWE
YU 3-I688 INCORPORATED I9II
Engineers and Con'rrac'rors
Specializing in PiIe Driving
Locks - FouncIa+ions - Concrefe
There is no SubsI'iIu're for a
Por'I' ArI'hur, Texas
84 Manufacturing Company
Por+ Ar+I1ur Beaumon+ Hous+on Corpus Chris+i
New Orleans SI'1revepor+ LafayeHe
Mobile Jackson Ba+on Rouge
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE PRODUCTS
REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING
PARTS AND SUPPLIES
Aluminum Sheer, PIa'I'e, Tube, Pipe, Rod, Bar, Wire
Brass S'I'ruc+uraIs, Exfrusions
DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO.
Porf Ar+hur, Texas
624 Hous+on Ave.
6I4 9+h Ave.
26I2 Memorial Blvd.
6477 39+h S+.
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2748 Gulfway Dr.
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l832 Gulfway Drive
Pori' Ar+hur, Texas
Road Maferials Gen. Confracfors
509 E. Gulfway YU 2-6436
Por+ Arfhur, Texas
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PORT ARTHUR'S OLDEST ESTABLISHED
DUNN RADIO 84 TV SERVICE
EXPERT REPAIR AT SENSIBLE PRICES
II35 7+h S+ree+ Phone YU 2-0066
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Jewelry and Florisi' and GIH Shop
of Diamonds 540 91h Ave
Por-I Arfhur, Texas 440 proder YU 2-4655
7II Procfer YU 3-6606 YU 2-9488
"Where The Red
GeI' Their Boofs
ROY'S SADDLE SHOP INCORPORATED
SHOE HOSPITAL ,
WESTERN WEAR 4336 Lmcoln Avenue
ERNEST L- BADGETT 2634 Bluebonnef
Phone YU 2464! Porf Arfhur, Texas
Best Wishes to All Graduating
God Bless You.
PASTOR. DR. E. A. AUTREY
Pori Arihur, Texas
W. F. GARNER, JR.
ALL FORMS or INSURANCE
Good Luck fo 'The
Adams Building YU 5-2350
lI2I Je'F'Ferson Drive
YU 3-I944 - Phone
New Beaumoni'-P+. Ar-fhur Hwy.
DURSQ . PREscRiPrloNs HOL5-I-EAD
PHARMACY Q SUNDRIES
Prompf and Efficieni Service
WOOCHBWII Gulfway Drive
Phone YU 5-2225
SAM M. DURSO 4loo szna s+. PM Mhuf- Texas
330i Medical Triangle
Porf Arfhur, Texas
PORT ARTHUR WINDI-IAM's GULF
2900 25II'I SI'reeI'
Por'I' ArI'I1ur, Texas
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Toys, Models, Pain'Is. YU 5'72'3 If Games, PoH'ery ' '
725 S+iIweII YU 5-27II II B, q
Shop and Save ai
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YU 3-377I U III afos -,ID AND
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DIEHL RADIO 8: TV
2I2o 7+h s+. YU 2-63II
32I Seven+I-I S+.
Dial YU 3-4522
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DiaI YU 5-5588
Por+ Ar'II1ur, Texas
"Every Order a Special Order'
50I 9+h Ave. YU 5-557I
Pori' Ar+hur, Texas
LEO 8: WILLIE'S
Mosf Modern Resfaurani'
LEO AND WILLIE HEBERT. Owners
Dial YU 3-445i
3825 lbfh Sfreef
Porf ArI'hur, Texas
RWE .Wig In QUT I
TAKE ff OF
Remember +he Olcl Fashion THE ' V X ACCI-
Mai+ed Milk DENTS 1' -W DENTS I
RE1'rie's ice CREAM R. BREAUX
2648 Gulfway Drive
I700 Procler 200I 'Hh S'l'. YU 3-502I
Bus. Phone, YU 3-I68I Home Phone, YU 2-7425
TRI-CITY COIN EXCHANGE JIFFY-CAR-WASH
.5 9' L' QA Washing - Polishing - Sfeam Cleaning
H I ,fw'WTs'e1Qfw..fgj,, 12,5235 Waxing
if 'I gil If, 3-Minuie Service
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1-'fy WALTER I-ANDRY Por'I' Arihur, Texas
909 Ninfh Avenue por-f Arfhurl Texas
. PARK PLACE LANES
Fme Food "wh P + A iii B I "
Complefe Founfain ere or F ur OWS
Service 24-Hour Resiauranf
Orders Io Go Dial WO 2-293I
Twin Cify and 39+h Sfreef
2700 Memorial Blvd.
The ' Difference
In Cor, Horne, end Business Insurance
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PORT ARTHUR ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS
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A. LOUVIER FURNITURE
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS
840 SevenI'I'1 YU 5-8858
PorI' Arfhur, Texas
BesI' of Luck Io 'Ihe
- Seniors of I964 -
Te B- Mark Pi'rIman
Pc'I'. 2 Commissioner
5256 Lakeshore YU 2-945I READY-MIX CONCRETE
5337 Orange Hwy.
"The Place To Go for
a Dress for Every 0ccasion"
Por+ Ar'rhur, Texas
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I942 9+h Avenue
Por+ Ar+hur, Texas
YAKIE AUTO SUPPLY
SERVING SABINE AREA FOR aa YEARS
225 Aus+in Ave.
Dial YU 5-4328
EVERYTHING AUTOMOTIVE-COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE
Sales - Service 4' j
GOOD LUCK, SENIORS Ren+aIs - Supplies " 'f
PORT CITY 1 .A -
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237 Wesf Nin+I'1 S+ree'I' R in
YU 3-6677 ALL MAKES MACHINES
Olympia YU 2-I57I
Typewriiers 6I4 7+I1 S+.
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SVEIR 5236 eulfway Dr.
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24,5 Gulfway Drive Congra+ula+ions, Seniors
YU 5-7220 300 W. 7+h S+. YU 3-l64l
We Feed Yellow Jaclcels
Nu Zesf on Jefferson Drive
When Fun ls on Your Schedule, Make
Lloyd's Your Headquariers -
LLOYD'S ROLLER RINK
2640 Memorial Blvd. YU 3-9l47
Por+ Ar+hur, Texas
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